Among some of our commercial capture customers we have seen a trend where they are trying to get higher density out of their existing HD capture rigs. As a result, we’re happy to announce that we now have a Linux driver for the Avermedia Dark Crystal HD Duo (Model C129). We really like this board… Read More
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Kernel Labs will be attending the Streaming Media East 2015 conference, May 2015 in New York. If you’d like to meet the Kernel Labs staff then you can reach us via the Contact page. We’d be thrilled to chat with you.
Over the last six to twelve months, we’ve been working on Linux driver support for a variety of new TV tuner products. The first one out the door though is what we’ll be talking about today. The Hauppauge HVR-955Q is the latest ATSC/ClearQAM/analog tuner they started to ship a few months back as a replacement… Read More
Let me tell you a little story…. For the last four years I have done the bulk of my development on a Macbook Pro running Linux. I generally like Mac laptops and find them to be well built. That said, I’ve had the internal SATA cable go bad *three* times in the last four years,… Read More
Kernel Labs will be attending the Consumer Electronics trade show, January 2015 in Las Vegas. If you’d like to meet the Kernel Labs staff then you can reach us via the Contact page above! We’d be thrilled to chat with you.
Kernel Labs will be at VideoLan Dev Days 2014 in Dublin on September 20-21. Hence if you’re attending and want to talk about our work with Linux DVB, Video4Linux, VLC, closed captioning, ffmpeg, GStreamer, or other topics, feel free to grab me while I’m there. It will be good to finally meet some of the… Read More
I was on a call with someone a few weeks ago, and they mentioned that they had been unable to get NTSC closed captions to display within VLC on the HVR-950q. Thinking that perhaps he was not the only person who had trouble figuring it out, I figured it would be worthwhile to walk you… Read More
Hey there! It’s been a while since I posted anything on the Kernel Labs blog, but we’ve been diligently working away at various projects. A few things probably worth noting: A while back I did a bunch of VLC improvements, which finally went into the upstream VLC a couple of months ago. I actually made… Read More
Kernel Labs will be walking the floor at NAB 2013 this year. If you’d like to say hello or discuss any of the work we do here at Kernel Labs then we’d be thrilled to talk. Drop us a note via the support page.
ViewCast Osprey 845e Linux drivers – Released Today! The Osprey 845e is a quad channel SDI capture card, capable of capturing four channels of SDI video and audio concurrently. Resolutions from SD 480i to HD-3G 1080p60 are supported. If you need a SDI capture product that has an open source Linux driver and GStreamer support right out… Read More