Quote from: Konos Kosmas on 17 / May / 2017, 23:06:46It zoomed and captured but cant find the photos.The script will not capture anything. It zooms, set the ISO setting, and sets the focus. Just like you asked for. Photos will only happen when you fully press the shutter button or use you USB remote to take photos.Quotecan i have script for only iso and zoom (it will autofocus right?) .and a script only with zoom i will play with the lights. with what program do you write script?The script is very simple - I expect that you can delete / remove the lines that focus, set zoom, or set ISO on your own.You can use any simple ASCII text editor - on Windows use notepad.exe , for Linux use emacs, vim, joe, pico, jed. TextEdit is recommended for Mac OSX.
It zoomed and captured but cant find the photos.
can i have script for only iso and zoom (it will autofocus right?) .and a script only with zoom i will play with the lights. with what program do you write script?
can you when it is possible see that shutter button cant capture usb remote give me this https://imgur.com/a/egFkg
Quote from: Konos Kosmas on 17 / May / 2017, 23:29:52can you when it is possible see that shutter button cant capture usb remote give me this https://imgur.com/a/egFkgI'm sorry, but that image just shows me the standard CHDK <ALT> mode screen with the really annoying "pop up" message that nobody but me thinks is a nuisance apparently. You can turn it off with the CHDK Settings -> Menu Settings -> Show <ALT> Help Screen menu item.For USB remote, did you follow the setup instructions here : USB Remote
if i run any script every time i press shutter button or usb remote ite restarts right?
Updated script attached. Setting ISO does not work though - I need to look at that when I have a few spare moments later today.
Quote from: waterwingz on 18 / May / 2017, 12:36:18Updated script attached. Setting ISO does not work though - I need to look at that when I have a few spare moments later today.Script overrides are only applied when script is running, and would only apply to the next shot.You could set the ISO_MODE propcase, but this should probably only be done with values exposed in the Canon menu. Another option would be to use CHDK overrides with set_config_value
* auto_on.lua« Last Edit: Today at 13:52:01 by waterwingz » this one worked perfect with usb remote and with shutter button
if i delete focus parameters in notepad will the camera auto focus ?
to go on chdk menu i press alt and then menu right?
but if i run a script how can i go back on chdk menu?
where i change iso in chdk menu ?
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