fxtv

FXTV(1)                   BSD General Commands Manual                  FXTV(1)

NAME
     fxtv — TV Display and Capture Application for X and bktr(4)

SYNOPSIS
     fxtv [lots of options]

DESCRIPTION
     Manual page under construction.

     Please see lib/X11/fxtv/README file under your X/Windows installation
     directory for fxtv usage details (e.g. /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fxtv/README).

ENVIRONMENT
     The following environment variables affect the execution of fxtv:

     XAPPLRESDIR  Used to find user X app default files (such as 'Fxtv').

     XUSERFILESEARCHPATH
                  Used to find user X app default files (such as 'Fxtv').

     XFILESEARCHPATH
                  Used to find system X app default files (such as 'Fxtv' and
                  Fxtv bitmaps).

FILES
     /dev/bktr?  bktr driver interface device
     /dev/tuner?
                 bktr tuner interface device
     /dev/dsp?   Voxware soundcard DSP control device
     /dev/mixer?
                 Voxware soundcard mixer control device
     /dev/null   A black hole.  Devours useless programs and data.

EXAMPLES
     The following are examples of typical usage of the fxtv command:

           % fxtv
           % fxtv -help
           % fxtv -debug startup
           % fxtv -disableDirectV

SEE ALSO
     bktr(4)

STANDARDS
     Live fast.  Have fun.  Die hard.

DIAGNOSTICS
     Exit status is 0 on success, and 1 if something bad happened (...maybe.
     Your machine might be locked up.)

HISTORY
     A long time ago on a network far, far away, a group of rebel hackers
     smuggled the schematics for the Brooktree848 and built a capture driver
     for fellow desktop power users.  It worked well.  Just needed an
     application to show it off.  And so, circa March 1997, fxtv was born.

AUTHORS
     Randall Hopper <aa8vb@ipass.net>.

BUGS
     This man page needs some real work.

FreeBSD                        September 5, 1999                       FreeBSD