- zapping_setup_fb [-?, -h, --help, --usage] [-b, --bpp NUMBER] [-c, --child] [-d, --device FILENAME] [-D, --display NAME] [-f, --fd] [-q, --quiet] [-S, --screen SCREEN NUMBER] [-v, --verbose] [-V, --version]
To enable video overlay V4L and V4L2 drivers need to know the screen memory address. For security reasons only the system administrator can program this address. zapping(1) delegates the task to this helper application.
-?, -h, --help, --usage
- Prints usage information on stdout, then terminates the program.
-b, --bpp NUMBER
- Color depth hint, the number of bits per pixel on the display in question, either 24 or 32. Usually zapping_setup_fb can determine this number automatically.
- Zapping sets this flag when executing zapping_setup_fb as child process to enable the output of localized error messages in UTF-8 encoding on stderr.
-d, --device FILENAME
- The video capture device to open, by default /dev/video0.
-D, --display NAME
- The X display to use. Defaults to the name defined by the DISPLAY environment variable.
-f, --fd NUMBER
- Zapping uses this option when executing zapping_setup_fb as child process to access the video capture driver by this shared file descriptor instead of opening the device file by name.
- Decrements the verbosity level.
-S, --screen NUMBER
- The X screen to use (Xinerama), defaults to 0.
- Increments the verbosity level.
- Prints the version of zapping_setup_fb on stdout, then terminates the program.
Zapping and zapping_setup_fb were written by Iñaki García Etxebarria, Michael H. Schimek ([email protected]) and many contributors.
This manual page was written by Michael H. Schimek based on work by Christian Marillat.