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GPS Time Lapse Photography Demo

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GPS Time Lapse Photography Demo
« on: 20 / September / 2009, 22:06:53 »
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Hi Guys,

Nothing to do with the CHDK, but I thought it worth posting anyway...

Here's a time lapse photography session done with my AVEC GPS
program for Sony PSP, connected to a GPS via serial port,
and the PSP Go Cam via USB at the same time.
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YouTube - AVEC GPS - Time Lapse Camera Demo
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The video is produced by saving one photo frame for every map screen image capture,
and saving them one after the other. Then I used an AVISynth script in Windows
to crop the images and stack the odd images vertically,
and Virtual Dub to produce a WMV video for upload.

Cheers, Art.
« Last Edit: 21 / September / 2009, 18:50:15 by @rt »
If not actually, then potentially.

Re: GPS Time Lapse Photography Demo
« Reply #1 on: 21 / September / 2009, 10:13:45 »
Very interesting.

(use "noembed" ''/noembed" tags to prevent double entries).

Using VLC Media Player I was not able to drag the progress-bar to manually navigate the movie.


David

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Re: GPS Time Lapse Photography Demo
« Reply #2 on: 21 / September / 2009, 18:51:22 »
Thanks for the tip :)

I don't understand how you'd play a YouTube vid in VLC Media Player,
unless you used one of the Downtube type apps to rip it.
In that case, I don't know much about the format it would be in.
If not actually, then potentially.

Re: GPS Time Lapse Photography Demo
« Reply #3 on: 22 / September / 2009, 05:07:21 »
I don't understand how you'd play a YouTube vid in VLC Media Player,


You use the YouTube option to download it as an MP4 file.



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Re: GPS Time Lapse Photography Demo
« Reply #4 on: 23 / September / 2009, 23:13:38 »
I thought the scenery looked vaguely familiar (from my past life in the East) and the GPS confirms it - it's just as well you weren't speeding!

 

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