man guvcview Command

Man page for apt-get guvcview Command

Man Page for guvcview in Linux

Ubuntu Man Command : man guvcview

Man Guvcview  Command

This tutorial shows the man page for man guvcview in linux.

Open terminal with 'su' access and type the command as shown below:
man guvcview

Result of the Command Execution shown below:

GUVCVIEW(1)                                                                                                                                              GUVCVIEW(1)

guvcview GTK+ base UVC Viewer


Guvcview is a simple GTK+ interface for capturing and viewing video from devices supported by the Linux UVC driver. It fully supports video4linux2 so it
should work with any driver that supports this API, including the gspca driver.

guvcview [options...]

?, help Print help options
help all Print all help options
help gtk Print GTK+ options
version Print version number

Aplication options:
v, verbose Prints a lot of debug information
d, device=VIDEO_DEVICE Video Device [default: /dev/video0]
o, control_only Don't stream video (image controls only)
r, capture_method=[1|2] Capture method (1 mmap (default) 2 read)
g, config=FILENAME Configuration File
w, hwd_acel=[1|0] Hardware accelaration:
(enable(1) | disable(0))
f, format=FORMAT Video input format: mjpg | jpeg | yuyv | uyvy | yyuv | yu12 | yv12 | gbrg | grbg | bggr | rggb | bgr3 | rgb3
s, size=WIDTHxHEIGHT Resolution, default: 640x480
i, image=FILENAME Image File
c, cap_time=TIME Time elapsed between image captures
m, npics=NUMPIC Number of images to capture
n, avi=FILENAME Video File (capture from start)
t, avi_time=TIME Video duration (in seconds)
p, show_fps=[1|0] Print FPS on video Window:
(enable(1) | disable(0))
l, profile=FILENAME Load profile

This manual page was written by Paulo Assis , for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).

Aug 2009 GUVCVIEW(1)

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