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ipCam Support / Re: Set framerate down to 1 fps
« on: October 14, 2017, 03:29:39 PM »
Thanks for the answer! Understood about the video framerate.  :) Interesting idea concerning using JPEG images. I use ffmpeg to grab the MJPEG stream over network and encode it to a fast-motion video (changing 1.2 fps to 25 fps). My first attempts at grabbing image repeatedly (using -loop 1 and -framerate 1) and turning them into video is not a complete disaster, but the framerates at input and output are weird, unexpected (by me). Thanks anyway and if you or somebody else have a working knowledge of ffmpeg or an example of a correct command line, it would be great. Meanwhile, I delve into searching and experimenting.  8)

ipCam Support / Set framerate down to 1 fps
« on: October 13, 2017, 12:02:12 PM »
Hi, cool app (!), doing exactly what I need - creating a MJPEG stream for network grabbing and further processing, on an old unused iPod Touch 5 with great camera. Just one thing troubles me. Would it be possible to allow setting framerate one more step down to 1 FPS? Currently the lowest setting is 2 FPS and the iPod cannot do that with the highest quality/size settings, managing about 1.3 FPS. Also, 1 FPS is exactly what I need for the timelapse videos. Thanks for replying and considering a small (hopefully) update! :)

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