I have build rev. 5021 for firmware 1.20f. The bitrate changing feature works like a charm without crashes there. One quirk however ist that the reported byterates for cbr mode are varying (ex.: at 0.25 modifier, byterates vary between 384KB/s and around 700KB/s), I have not checked the encoded video if it varies there too.
I have one big problem with CHDK on my M3 and this is the menu flickering issue reported on the M10.
In the chdk code I have seen that for all DIGIT6 processors only draw to the active buffer is implemented.Could a workaround be to implement drawing to both (or are there even more?) bitmap buffers simultaneously like for the older models done?Of course this would be slow because redundant draw calls have to be done.
A better strategy might be to blit one buffer after completed drawing a frame to the other or get to know when the active buffer changes? Do we have any information about such event?
It seems some chdk osd items like the battery indicator flicker faster
How/when does chdk decide to redraw their osd stuff?
Is it possible to use CHDK to force the LCD to never time out?
Now i like to use the camera as a small setup for astrofotography. at the moment i use the intervall script, but it is limited to 30 seconds at max. is there a blub script out where i can select longer shooting time as 30 seconds?Markus
Hi,i´m new to chdk cause i get a faulty m3 that is working again now. i have installed chdk without any problems. Now i like to use the camera as a small setup for astrofotography. at the moment i use the intervall script, but it is limited to 30 seconds at max. is there a blub script out where i can select longer shooting time as 30 seconds?Markus
I'm not clear which script you are using, but you should be able to set overrides longer than 30 seconds in the CHDK menu if the script itself doesn't set shutter speed.You could also try https://chdk.wikia.com/wiki/Lua/Scripts:_Fixed_Exposure_Intervalometer which lets you easily select shutter speeds between 1/64 and 256 secondsThere is no "bulb" mode in CHDK. The shutter speed must be set before the exposure starts.
Are these functions currently not implemented in EOS M3 (as well as M10) port?
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