VCR is a program that lets you record a program using a video capture card that would be supported by pilots Video4Linux. It does not require a graphical environment, and you can use all popupular Windows codecs (like DivX, Indeo Video 5, etc) because VCR is built around the library. Avifile Now you can finally save your programs favorites from a remote place, because Murphy's Law is that you remember to save when you're as far from your home as possible ... Requirements: · According to the codec used, a fast processor (My CPU Celeron-466 meshes well enough to record DivX Low-Motion @ 25fps, just lost picture on occasion) · disk space (you can never have enough of that!) · Avifile Library: //divx.euro.ru/ · xawtv: //www.strusel007.de/linux/xawtv/ (you can do without, but if you want to use presets tuner, you want to read the manual on how to file. xawtv config) · aumix: //jpj.net/ ~ Trevor / aumix.html (This is not compulsory, but it is very useful set the recording device for your sound card (which you probably want if you want to record sound from the line-in sound card!)) What's new in this version: · source update match avifile-0.7.37, and possibly beyond. • New configuration directive 'vflip', with which you can flip the image vertically. • Support for device 'means sound (config file' sound device ') • Applied patches from debian / unstable fixes some outstanding bugs and include other improvements. Thank you guys, you rock! · A / V Sync for improved records longer, thanks to a tip from Alexander Rawass.