Zapping is a TV viewer for GNOME that supports Video4Linux, Video4Linux2, and XVideo. It's extensible through plugins.
|Tags||multimedia Video Capture Display|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux Solaris BSD|
Release Notes: The deinterlace plugin has been completely converted to vector intrinsics, with MMX, 3DNow!, SSE, and SSE2 optimized routines. Support for x86-64 SSE2 and AltiVec has also been added, but not fully tested yet. Scalar implementations are now available for CPUs without SIMD extensions. A crash during deinterlacer initialization, in the VTX Teletext export function, and the soundcard mixer code has been fixed. The fullscreen capture mode works again. Teletext double width characters display correctly. Video capturing now works with drivers providing fewer buffers than previously required.
Release Notes: This release no longer hangs when recording is stopped. While deinterlacing was enabled no display mode, capture mode, video input, or video standard changes were possible. Various build fixes were made.
Release Notes: This version adds a deinterlace plugin which currently only works with V4L2 and x86. Support for webcams was improved. The screenshot plugin can now grab images at full size, not just window size. Various internal improvements and bugfixes were made.
Release Notes: This release adds a much-improved Teletext plugin. It can now keep multiple channels in page memory, which permits "offline" browsing. With the new libzvbi VBI proxy, Zapping can now share a VBI device with other VBI applications such as Nxtvepg.
Release Notes: This release includes some bugfixes.