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A simple application to build timelapses using a webcam, V4l2 and ImageMagick

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A simple application to build timelapses using a webcam, V4l2 and ImageMagick

Install

$ cd pylapse $ pip-2.7 -r requirements.txt –upgrade

Or setup a virtualenv environment with…

$ virtualenv2 venv –distribute ; Maybe you need just virtualenv $ venv/bin/activate $ pip -r install requirements.txt –upgrade

Install ImageMagick with:

ArchLinux

# pacman -S imagemagick

Debian/Ubuntu

# apt-get install imagemagick

Configuration

After installing you can go to your home and change the current captures and videos paths. The configuration is in $HOME/.pylapse/config.cfg

By default the captures and videos will stored in $HOME/.pylapse/captures and $HOME/.pylapse/videos respectively.

You can add your own configuration below the [pylapse] tag.

Usage

You can define the variables for the captures and video generation in config.py.

Then you can create the images with:

$ pylapse capture

Then you could generate the video with:

$ pylapse video

You can access the program help:

$ pylapse -h ; Global help information $ pylapse capture -h ; Capture Image Help $ pylapse video -h ; Video generation help

Have fun! :-)

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