One thing I'm wondering about is if I enable dark frames then I'm going to get a bigger gap between exposures, resulting in a less smooth movie for the time lapse, unless what you said about the raw therapee program addresses this.
And do I need to uncheck the "disable canon dark frame" and check the "make dark frames" in the script options? I don't think the Canon firmware on this camera has dark frame subtraction as an option.
I'm still using your unfixed script - I was sure the 5 second interval was working, but I'll check when I use it again.
I just download fixedint-1.2.zip but the zip includes rawopint.lua 0.19…
I think it would be a really good option, to have a protection mode in the script which stops it when the overexposure goes to high (Just simple when it goes over 25%).
I’m not sure what happens when on 30s exposure time the sun goes up…
yes of course you can calculate the runtime but you never know…
Currently the script doesn't do anything with exposure or metering. I guess it wouldn't be too hard to add.
if get_histo_range(1023,1023) > 25 then logdesc('shutdown: Overexposure') log:write() break end
One feature I've been meaning to add is start/stop at a particular clock time.
If I have understood the script correctly, then you have to create the 'dark frames' separately.Would not it make sense to create them automatically after 'Number of shots '?So if you run the cam overnight you have not taken care about 'dark frames' on the end…
If you really wanted to do it right, you'd match darks to the sensor temperature at the time the light frames were taken. Doing it at the end won't necessarily accomplish that, depending on the conditions.
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