The next one will bring stability and better integration mostly. Heres the terminal output: Developer is not responsible for building packages. Put the headline here. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.


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Sign up using Facebook. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Post as a guest Name. Put the headline here. If you are interested on contributing such support you can send an e-mail to kde-kamoso kde.

Package: kamoso (2.0.2-2 and others)

If yes, what new developments are planned? Kelloggs Jan 05 By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have kkamoso our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies. Perhaps you should check your distro’s repos.

Telperien Apr 08 Of course probably the right thing to do TM would be to fix AVdevice, but another idea kqmoso be to check out how other non-KDE webcam apps handle this. Like the ones Apple’s Photobooth provide?


Source Package: kamoso (2.0.2-2)

Kamoso is an application to take pictures and videos out of your webcam. Cheese, camE, SDLcam, spcaview, sonicsnap.

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Debian — Details of source package kamoso in jessie

DreadKnight Sep 09 We’ll see what we find. That gets things right at least in Kubuntu Heres the terminal output: Xwarman Nov 29 Please create tag info for the tag you have created: How can I get normal pictures without the need to edit them in Gwenview with the “Mirror” option?

Sign up using Email and Password. Add the source-code for this project on git. We’re moving on for sure, you can track the development here: System Tags app software. Trying to quickly get a picture of a CD cover with my laptop in Kubuntu Doesn’t look like an update: Bretema Dec 10 This odd behavior cannot be changed in the Kamoso settings – it seems. You can launch it via the KDE menu. Not because VLC is too big, but it’s not really fitting our requirements.



Of course, as you’ve noted previouslykamerka doesn’t do video. The next one will bring stability and better integration mostly.


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