revVideoGrabber: stop preview doesn't hide video window

Martin Koob mkoob at rogers.com
Sun Aug 8 11:42:40 CDT 2010


> 
> I have dealt with the problem of stop preview window by using 
> closevideograbber to get rid of the preview window. 
> 

Huh? Doesn't that stop the capture? 

Sorry I was not clear.   

I have the revgrabber window in a substack.  This way I can hide the preview
of the recording by hiding and showing the substack.  This does not affect
the capture.

If I am not capturing, just previewing and I want to stop the preview I
close revvideograbber window and close the substack.

>yes, just changing the audio setting results in quirky behavior on the
video 
>side. I found the audio levels too *low* for monitoring. I was using VG for 
>archiving 8mm videos.  I went back to final cut. 

>Save the audio settings? -  how does one do that ? 
> It appears impossible because there's no commands documented for that.  If 
>one tries to save on top of the video settings... they get trounced.

I can save the audio settings with the revvideograbsettings command but like
you said the video settings that have been set are changed as well so I had
to take the audio settings feature out.

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