Kalva is a KDE video recorder that is simple to use and easy to setup. You can use it to schedule a single movie recording by choosing the date from a calendar. A serial recording may be scheduled by choosing the days of the week. You can store recording options in various profiles for different hardware and quality levels. Kalva can import channellists from programs like xawtv or xawtv4, and can generate a new one using scantv.
|Tags||multimedia Video Capture|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux Unix|
Release Notes: The rectangle for previewing the crop area when watching TV can now be turned off. The dcop interface received some improvements for tvbrowser. This release fixes a bug concerning TV options on the experts page of the quality profiles.
Release Notes: The profiles and the channel list are configurable from the main window; there is no longer a need to open the prefs dialog for each recording session if You want to use a special profile set. There is no need for a channel to be set when recording from composite (i.e. input = 1). A bug has been fixed in the movie manager when the daytime contains the searched string (the filter regex was too aggressive). Initial code cleanups. Improved file handling. Fixes for some syntax issues.
Release Notes: Video collection and DVB support was added. Minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Minor bugfixes were made for DVB users. An option was added for on-the-fly conversion of the DVB's MPEG2 stream into kalva's native AVI format (DivX4/MP3).
Release Notes: The "videocollection -> browse" feature was added. You can now manage your video collection with a built-in file browser that can play chosen files and call a video editor of your choice on the chosen directory. A shortcut to the EPG of your choice is provided. Initial experimental DVB support was added, but is completely untested.