ADStech XPress USBAV-192

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Front view of the ADStech XPress USBAV-192 device

A analog PAL/NTSC audio/video capture USB device from ADS Tech.

Overview/Features

  • USB 2.0 interface, Type A plug
  • Inputs: Composite, S-Video, Stereo Audio
  • Norms: PAL (720x576 @ 25 fps), NTSC (720x480 @ 29.97 fps)


Experimentlal support currently exists (see here). Sound support is untested, may not work or might work only mono or left(right) channel might be muted when input is muxed to S-Video(composite) or vice versa.

USB ID 06e1:a192

Pictures

Identification

#dmesg
usb 8-1: new high-speed USB device number 2 using ehci-pci
usb 8-1: New USB device found, idVendor=06e1, idProduct=a192
usb 8-1: New USB device strings: Mfr=16, Product=32, SerialNumber=64
usb 8-1: Product: Instant VideoXpress
usb 8-1: Manufacturer: ADS
usb 8-1: SerialNumber: 2.0
tm6000: alt 0, interface 0, class 255
tm6000: alt 0, interface 0, class 255
tm6000: Bulk IN endpoint: 0x82 (max size=512 bytes)
tm6000: alt 1, interface 0, class 255
tm6000: ISOC IN endpoint: 0x81 (max size=3072 bytes)
tm6000: alt 1, interface 0, class 255
tm6000: alt 2, interface 0, class 255
tm6000: alt 2, interface 0, class 255
tm6000: New video device @ 480 Mbps (06e1:a192, ifnum 0)
tm6000: Found ADStech XPress USBAV-192
Found tm6000
tm6000 #1: i2c eeprom 00: ab 34 12 74 00 27 02 ff 01 26 40 0f 41 e6 e6 ff  .4.t.'...&@.A...
tm6000 #1: i2c eeprom 10: 4b f0 00 e0 02 c3 80 ff e6 ba 03 90 14 f5 32 ff  K.............2.
tm6000 #1: i2c eeprom 20: 70 f9 99 e5 03 26 32 ff 01 82 03 f5 49 f0 32 ff  p....&2.....I.2.
tm6000 #1: i2c eeprom 30: 61 90 74 60 56 bd ff ff 6f 87 70 e4 65 83 ff ff  a.t`V...o.p.e...
tm6000 #1: i2c eeprom 40: 06 ae 0a 74 f0 82 ff ff 03 7a 90 ad 32 12 ff ff  ...t.....z..2...
tm6000 #1: i2c eeprom 50: 30 26 30 0f 32 e6 ff ff 30 f0 30 e0 90 c3 ff ff  0&0.2...0.0.....
tm6000 #1: i2c eeprom 60: e6 f5 12 44 06 80 ff ff 0d a3 b3 e4 32 f0 ff ff  ...D........2...
tm6000 #1: i2c eeprom 70: a0 e6 f0 80 90 90 ff ff 03 1e 3c e6 12 e6 ff ff  ..........<.....
tm6000 #1: i2c eeprom 80: 58 e0 12 c3 03 e4 ff ff 03 04 b8 a0 60 f0 ff ff  X...........`...
tm6000 #1: i2c eeprom 90: 03 e0 a2 20 ff 01 ff ff 4f e1 f0 30 90 04 ff ff  ... ....O..0....
tm6000 #1: i2c eeprom a0: 02 e2 11 30 40 02 ff ff 90 7d 02 7d 11 fe ff ff  ...0@...........
tm6000 #1: i2c eeprom b0: 7e 70 94 80 7c 03 ff ff 7d 02 fe e6 4e 7f ff ff  .p..........N...
tm6000 #1: i2c eeprom c0: e4 74 95 e6 24 f0 ff ff f5 00 01 d0 f0 00 ff ff  .t..$...........
tm6000 #1: i2c eeprom d0: 90 00 02 00 11 bb ff ff 02 e6 10 7f 02 00 ff ff  ................
tm6000 #1: i2c eeprom e0: fe e6 02 f0 03 e7 ff ff 05 d0 03 00 a0 04 ff ff  ................
tm6000 #1: i2c eeprom f0: 90 00 70 bb bc 02 ff ff d3 90 06 54 01 00 ff ff  ..p........T....
i2c i2c-15: Invalid 7-bit I2C address 0x00
Unknown tuner type. Tuner is not configured.
tm6000 #1: registered device video2
Trident TVMaster TM5600/TM6000/TM6010 USB2 board (Load status: 0)

Experimental driver

kernel patch against 3.x [1]

Command-line examples

MPlayer, assuming /dev/video2, PAL and 4/3 aspect camera connected to S-Video

tvopts="driver=v4l2:input=0:norm=PAL:width=720:height=576:fps=25:device=/dev/video2:noaudio"
mplayer tv:// -zoom -aspect 4/3 -tv $tvopts -vo x11

MPlayer, assuming /dev/video2, NTSC and 16/9 aspect camera connected to composite

tvopts="driver=v4l2:input=1:norm=NTSC:width=720:height=480:fps=30:device=/dev/video2:noaudio"
mplayer tv:// -zoom -aspect 16/9 -tv $tvopts -vo x11

QV4L2

qv4l2 /dev/video2