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Kino is a package to acquire video from firewire DV cameras. It is a good solution for video capture, although a bit limited for editing. #language en
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For more info see the [http://kinodv.org/ Kino Website] [[FrontPage]] > [[Software]] > [[Multimedia]] > Kino
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~+Kino+~ can acquire video from Firewire DV cameras. It is a good solution for video capture, although a bit limited for editing.

For more info, see the [[http://kinodv.org/|Kino Website]].

It has not been actively maintained since 2009.
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 * Capture OK, Controller AV/C OK, Record to tape Unknown: Sony DCR-HC26.

See also [http://www.linux1394.org/hcl.php?class_id=3 list at linux1394.org]
 * Sony DCR-HC26: Capture OK, Controller AV/C OK, Record to tape unknown

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FrontPage > Software > Multimedia > Kino


Kino can acquire video from Firewire DV cameras. It is a good solution for video capture, although a bit limited for editing.

For more info, see the Kino Website.

It has not been actively maintained since 2009.

Kino is known to work with the following cameras:

  • JVC GR D50e - Capture ok, Controller AV/C ok, Record to tape ok
  • Canon - Capture ok, Controller AV/C ok, Record to tape ok
  • Sony, Panasonic and many other DV cameras should be supported
  • Sony DCR-HC26: Capture OK, Controller AV/C OK, Record to tape unknown