media-ctl

Collection of command line video4linux utilities

Install

All systems
curl cmd.cat/media-ctl.sh
Debian Debian
apt-get install v4l-utils
Ubuntu
apt-get install media-ctl
Alpine
apk add v4l-utils
Arch Arch Linux
pacman -S v4l-utils
image/svg+xml Kali Linux
apt-get install v4l-utils
CentOS
yum install v4l-utils
Fedora
dnf install v4l-utils
Raspbian
apt-get install media-ctl
Docker
docker run cmd.cat/media-ctl media-ctl powered by Commando

v4l-utils

Collection of command line video4linux utilities

v4l-utils contains the following video4linux command line utilities: decode_tm6000: decodes tm6000 proprietary format streams rds-ctl: tool to receive and decode Radio Data System (RDS) streams v4l2-compliance: tool to test v4l2 API compliance of drivers v4l2-ctl, cx18-ctl, ivtv-ctl: tools to control v4l2 controls from the cmdline v4l2-dbg: tool to directly get and set registers of v4l2 devices v4l2-sysfs-path: sysfs helper tool

media-ctl

Configure Video4Linux media pipelines

Some of the more complex Video4Linux devices use the media controller interface to expose their internal building blocks, which can then be connected to form a custom processing pipeline for video input and output. media-ctl is a tool that allows you to examine and configure media controller connections from the command line or a shell script.