Quote from: Witterings on 29 / April / 2015, 07:45:33I already have CHDK installed on my Canon S110, how do I go about adding this script into it and is there a link anywhere on how to do it?Well, you could always RTFM. The particular section you are looking for is here.This might help as well, although it's a bit old.Finally, there is some documentation on the actual script.
I already have CHDK installed on my Canon S110, how do I go about adding this script into it and is there a link anywhere on how to do it?
Thank you for that, you've saved me hours of reading / trawling to find it so it is very much appreciated!!!
Anybody any idea what that may be?
The oly thing I could find the referenced it's filename is cchdk3 .... is that what you meant??it was probably from about July last year if that helps??
I keep getting "* USB Pulse Width Error".
I am utilizing an Arduino Nano to convert from an RC PWM output to the required USB power pulse. I have tested the output on my oscilloscope and it's outputting the correct pulse widths.
I have been looking through KAP 3.4 and noticed it's using get_usb_power(2), i tried changing this to get_usb_power(0), and now i get one correct pulse width before the error.
I am very much a newbie when it comes to CHDK programming, so just wondering if anyone has solved this or could hep to solve it?
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