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NAME

       atitv - Simple text-mode program from the GATOS package.

SYNOPSIS

       atitv

DESCRIPTION

       The   program  atitv  is  still  under  development.   It  gives  basic
       functionality needed to record video and take snapshots.

FILE FORMATS

       Note, motion capture in atitv use a special ".yuv" file  format  unique
       to gatos.

       Snapshots  on  the  other hand save to ".ppm" files, which are viewable
       (and convertible) by most graphics programs.

OPTIONS

       -h --help
              Get help.

       --version
              Get version info.

       -m <mux>
              Specify which input to use (Composite, SVHS or TV).

       -v <volume>
              Set volume.

       -c <channel>
              Set channel.

       -s <xs> <ys>
              Set capture size.

COMMANDS

       rec <n> <f>
              Record yuv file for n seconds to filename f.

       snap <f>
              Capture a single ppm frame to filename f.

EXAMPLES

       atitv -c 10 rec 10 f1.yuv -c 11 rec 10 f2.yuv
              This will change to channel 10, record 10  seconds  to  "f1.yuv"
              then change to channel 11 and record 10 seconds to "f2.yuv"

       atitv -m SVHS snap pic.ppm
              This  will change to the SVHS connector and capture one frame to
              "pic.ppm"

FILES

       /etc/gatos.conf - Configuration file of GATOS.

SEE ALSO

       gatos, gatos-conf, gatos.conf, atisplit, atitogif, atitojpg,  atitoppm,
       xatitv, yuvsum, scanpci.

AUTHORS

       Atitv  was  written and copyrighted by Steaphan Greene, √ėyvind Aabling,
       Octavian Purdila, Vladimir  Dergachev,  Christian  Lupien,  and  Daniel
       Caujolle-Bert.

                                 20 Dec 1999                          atitv(1)