3 Replies Latest reply on Oct 9, 2019 5:31 AM by RashiV_61

    UVC - How to change the Video Control on VLC player

    HuYa_4249091

      Hi All:

       

      I accomplished the FX3-UVC device and added the Video Control structure such as Brightness control, and it works on AMCap!

      Processing Unit.jpg

       

      Now, I need to use the VLC player by some reasons, and it's OK to execute Video Stream.

      However, I CANNOT find the Video Control item such as Brightness control on the VLC player...

      Could somebody give me some suggestions?

       

      Thank you so much!

      Hughes

       

      PS. I only can find the "Maun" -> "Tools" -> "Effects and Filters", but it's not what I want...

        • 1. Re: UVC - How to change the Video Control on VLC player
          RashiV_61

          Hello Hughes,

           

          Please find the attachment.

          The brightness can be controlled through this (as provided by the vlc media player). We have tried changing the brightness through this, it works.

          If this what you don't want, please let us know the details for your requirement. VLC media player is an open source host application. So you can customize it as per your requirements.

           

          Regards,

          Rashi

          • 2. Re: UVC - How to change the Video Control on VLC player
            HuYa_4249091

            Dear Rashi:

             

            Thanks for your reply!

            I've tested the functions you mentioned, while thinking it's the image process by VLC player ITSELF...

            I want to control the UVC - Video Control as the AN75779 document mentions:

            Video Control.jpg

             

            The AMCap or Veedub64.exe application is very easy to do that by "Video Capture Filter..." or "Capture Filter" button.

            So the original VLC player don't support the Video Control ability, right?

             

            Thank you!

            Hughes

            • 3. Re: UVC - How to change the Video Control on VLC player
              RashiV_61

              Hello Hughes,

               

              Yes, you are right. I captured the usb traces and came to know that VLC Media player is not actually sending the set/get commands through Video Control interface.

               

              You can use Veedub.exe application for controlling the video. If you want to use VLC media player, you need to change the source code accordingly.

               

              Regards,

              Rashi

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