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photopeder-
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Post Time Lapse scheduling software ?
on: August 1, 2013, 07:47
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Hello all,

At my work, there are some big buildings that they gonna tear down.

I was thinking, how can I control a DSLR or a webcam, to scheduling and take e.g. 6 pictures in daylight, over 3 months?

Do anyone know of certain software, for Windows or OSX, that I can program it to take a picture e.g. six time a day, one 0800 am, 1100 am, 0100 pm, 0300 pm, 0500pm and 0700 pm in 3 month?

From Norway....

:)

Thor

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Post Re: Time Lapse scheduling software ?
on: August 2, 2013, 03:10
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I dont know of anything that really fits the bill. Building something like that should not be too difficult. You might look for Photo Sentinal

http://www.photosentinel.com.au/

they might have something that would help that.

if im gonna pitch my own wares, the Chronocontroller CAN do 6 pics a day...

but you need 6 just during daylight...

you will need something with an RTC built in.

SOrry im not really sure. You might consider going to http://www.timescapes.org and registering on thier forum and posting your question there, there are some people ont here that do use pc software for timelapse they might be able to help

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Post Re: Time Lapse scheduling software ?
on: August 2, 2013, 07:07
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Thank you Chris for the tip about "timescape.org".

The bill is an importen issue here. This will be a small budget test project, with a small laptop, webcab, and also inhouse.

After I post this I find a link to "VideoVelocity" (http://www.candylabs.com/videovelocity), and will test this one.

I also talk to a friend of my, he is a programmer "this I'll do with my left arm only" he says... so I have to see.. :)

Michael
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Post Re: Time Lapse scheduling software ?
on: March 11, 2014, 20:31
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It's probably too late now but Granite Bay Software makes a program (for Windows and Canon cameras) called GBTImelapse. The Pro version has all kinds of handy little tools for just what this post is about. Like automatic file uploads via FTP, start / stop scheduling... all kinds of stuff.

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