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The problem isn't the remote timing, it's the rate at which data can be written to the SD or CF card. The camera can shoot a bunch of images quickly in burst mode because it stores them in an internal buffer for a short while before it writes them to memory. However, this pace of data acquisition is not sustainable for long periods of time because the ...


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Finding specific models is outside the scope of this site as the ideal available models will change regularly, but you will probably want to look at a security camera to fill this roll. Not a lot of cameras are designed to operate reliably in harsh conditions over long periods of time. Outdoor security cameras are. The next biggest problem is going to be ...


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I followed Henderson's advice and wrote a little script to resize the images: $ cat jpg2mp4.sh test -d "$1" || exit tmpdir=$(mktemp -d -p .) counter=0 find $1 -iname '*.jpg' | while read jpg do convert -resize 1440x1080 $jpg $tmpdir/IMG_$(printf "%04d" $counter).JPG counter=$((counter + 1)) done echo ffmpeg -i $tmpdir/IMG_%4d.JPG test.mp4 ...


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The problem is that a sequence of images is not a video file. In order to convert it to a video format such as h.264, it has to load an entire group of pictures (probably somewhere around 15 of them) and then perform a whole bunch of calculations to determine how the images are related to each other. It then uses that information to determine what to ...



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