What is DVswitch?
DVswitch is a digital video mixer intended for interactive live mixing of several incoming DV video streams.
It was originally designed for the needs of DebConf; It has now been used for various other conferences, meetings and live musical performances.
Currently DVswitch can combine audio from one source with video from another; combine two video streams with a picture-in-picture effect, and cross-fade for a configurable amount of time between sources. It works solely with the DV format since it is widely supported by camcorders and it allows for low latency display and cutting.
- Conferences where DVswitch has been presented
- Examples of videos made with DVswitch
- Screenshots of DVswitch in action
- Docs - Overviews and tutorials for Producing videos
- Download from Alioth. Or, if you're running Debian, "apt-get install dvswitch"; then see the README file (doc/README or /usr/share/doc/dvswitch/README.gz).
- Project information - Source code, feature requests, issue tracker, etc.
- Git repository: browse or clone from git://git.debian.org/git/dvswitch/dvswitch.git
- The stable branch is '0.9'
- The development branch is 'master'
- Mailing list
- IRC: #dvswitch on irc.debian.org
- To-do list
- Build a TallyLight