Release Notes: The application is now completely multithreaded, which allows for smoother operation. TV tuning has been implemented, so CamStream is now fully functional with TV cards. Besides saving and transferring snapshots with FTP, it is now possible to use a script. The FTP code has been rewritten. A new user manual was written.
Release Notes: This is a pre-release, since the documentation hasn't been updated yet. The code will probably not change for the "real" 0.27 version. The application is completely multithreaded, which should give a smoother interface. The FTP code has been rewritten. TV tuning is now implemented, so CamStream can be used to watch TV now.
Release Notes: This is an interim release. It fixes an error in the ./configure scripts and lets CamStream compile with GCC 3.3.
Release Notes: This release fixes a problem with webcams that only support RGB24 or RGB32 palettes. Also, the 'configure' script was fixed (a second run would not build the Makefiles properly and linking would fail).
Release Notes: This release contains a fix to compile with GCC 3.*.
Release Notes: Compile support with Qt 3, increasing the speed with which images are displayed, and support for passive FTP.
Release Notes: Fixed a problem with the palette detection logic. Removed remnant of old user manual on site, and in .tar.gz.
Release Notes: User interface revamped. Better detection of the location of the Qt libraries. CamStream now has an installation procedure. Added X libs for linking against static Qt library. Cleaned up the code, removing unused parts
Release Notes: This release mostly adds bugfixes. It should compile properly on Debian/Woody distributions now. It also fixes a crash on devices that do not have mmap() support, and the brightness/contrast settings that were mixed up in the control dialog have been fixed.
Release Notes: Support for TV grabber cards (through mmap()) was added. Auto-detection of available video devices is now done. An initial implementation of FTP uploads was created. Video codec was temporarily removed.