RE: time-lapse image capture?

LABASTIDA, CARLOS (labastid@vw-gedas.com.mx)
Tue, 26 Mar 1996 17:32:40 -0600


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But, the question is.. does this software save the captured images into
individual files? Thanx!

Carlos Labastida
Volkswagen-GEDAS NA
Basic Technologies/Internet
Xtnsion 4164

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>From: rcampbell@fdic.gov[SMTP:rcampbell@fdic.gov]
>Sent: Martes 26 de Marzo de 1996 11:00 AM
>To: CU-SEEME-L@cornell.edu
>Subject: re: time-lapse image capture?
>
>Time lapse with the Quickcam? That's *easy*: get the new version of the
>Connectix software, version 1.1; it includes both time lapse video (eg, a
>frame every two seconds, etc) and time lapse capture (one JPG every two
>seconds, for example.)
>I've captured 14 hours of video (160x120) at one frame every 3 seconds,
>taking about 400MB of disk space.
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