Experiences with the easycap DC60 audio and video capture adapter on Linux

This Blog is dedicated to all owners of the STK1160 chip based EasyCAP (or identical) devices, who want to use it under Linux.

Activating audio for the STK1160 device: read the this post

German speaking users: read my article on ubuntuusers.de

The EasyCAP DC60 and its clones are cheap little USB analogue capturing devices which can be used for viewing and recording video under Linux from different sources like VHS tape recorders, satellitereceivers, camcorders ...

Friday, April 5, 2013

Stk1160 on ARM devices

Inbetween there are many Linux friendly boards and products out there for usually less than $200.
Here are three lists of Linux friendly boards and mini PCs.
Please report in a comment if anyone uses the STK1160 with success on one of these products.

Ezequiel mentions that *any* Linux board with a USB 2.0 capable host
controller and enough RAM will work fine with STK1160 devices
.
Currently there are some USB related problems on the Raspberry Pi. Read more on this post: However, if the USB has some bandwidth limitation (some USB 3.0 are showing this) then it can have problems with the STK1160. 

The STK1160 was successfully tested on these boards by Ezequiel:
  • ISEE IGEP v2 (Texas Instruments SoC)
  • Plathome Openblocks AX3 (Marvell SoC)
Ezequiel Garcia wrote:
"If any user wants to support STK1160 he can send me hardware.
(Another RPI would be nice :-) Also, I would love to have a non-ARM
non-x86 board, like a MIPS or something like that."
You can contact Ezequiel via github: https://github.com/ezequielgarcia

4 comments:

  1. Hi

    How do I contact you to request help please?

    Thanks

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    1. Just use my email address which you can find in my profile.

      Andrew

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    2. Hi Andrew

      I can't find the email address still?

      Kyle

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Please be patient, your comment will be published as soon as I'm checking my mailbox next time.
So, I will notice your comment for sure. Andrew