Adr6000 wrote:I have used record feature and it works excellent. The only issue I have is that it automatically creates a new folder for every minute of recorded image/s. If you want it to record say one image every two minutes, it will place one image in one folder every two minutes. I would end up with hundreds of folders containing one image each. The record feature is a great addition to an already great app. Thanks.
scoutx wrote:Great work, this is great.
Any chance you'd consider adding a trigger to start recording (and maybe pop a notification) based on a detected change? I know motion detection is not an easy thing, but this to me would be the killer addition. I am looking forward to what I can do with this in addition to Tasker to maybe do my own motion detection.
asande wrote:I've been playing around with the record mode a bit and it seems to be working well on my Coby tablet... Initially, I was a little concerned about the "individual image files" created (as I'm recording as fast as my camera will stream the data, I get a bunch of images in each "minute's" folder) - but once they've been all combined in to the same directory, I was able to easily convert them into a real video stream using the Img2Avi application.
Img2Avi is written by the author of the VisionGS webcam capture software that I use to manage several of my webcams on PCs - and will convert a series of still images into a video file. More information can be found at http://workshop.visiongs.de/img2avi - the application's help page (download link is at the bottom). While VisionGS is a commercial application, img2avi is a free software tool that works great for turning individual images into video clips.
Again, thanks for the great new feature, Rob... It'll come in very handy this summer at the gold mine when I want to do "unplanned recordings" of one or more of the mine web cams. Hopefully you don't mind me posting the above links - but img2avi is a great addition to your record mode.
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