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[[File:easycap-clones.jpeg|right|250px]]Many USB video capture devices are sold as EasyCAP, but EasyCAP is not a company or brand name.
Many USB video capture devices are sold as EasyCAP, but EasyCAP is not a brand name therefore this term is used for some completly hardware different devices.
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This name is used for some completly '''hardware different''' cheap chinese clones of this USB analogue audio- and videocapturedevice which are vastly sold in onlineshops.
  
 
This article describes, how to identify the chipset of the known EasyCAP devices and if they are supported/ working on Linux.
 
This article describes, how to identify the chipset of the known EasyCAP devices and if they are supported/ working on Linux.
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== STK1160 EasyCAP ==
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For the [[stk1160]] based EasyCAPs exists another article with further information!
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=== Indentify before buying ===
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=== Linux support ===
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== Empia EasyCAP ==
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== Somagic EasyCAP ==

Revision as of 20:20, 11 August 2012

Easycap-clones.jpeg
Many USB video capture devices are sold as EasyCAP, but EasyCAP is not a company or brand name.

This name is used for some completly hardware different cheap chinese clones of this USB analogue audio- and videocapturedevice which are vastly sold in onlineshops.

This article describes, how to identify the chipset of the known EasyCAP devices and if they are supported/ working on Linux.



STK1160 EasyCAP

For the stk1160 based EasyCAPs exists another article with further information!

Indentify before buying

Linux support

Empia EasyCAP

Somagic EasyCAP