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I downloaded the time lapse images, and I must say they look good. Since they are stored in files on the SD card up to 1000 images per folder (file name starts over with 0001 again), I had to combine into one folder, and rename them in sequence by date with IrfranView. I then loaded them into Gopro software. But Gopro is on to us (ugh), and they start repeating the first frame every 20 frames or so, then they repeat the first part of the file over. I checked the images on windows preview and they are all nicely in sequence with sequence numbers. I looked on online and people are getting black screen files when they try to final render the video from non-gopro files, so back to the drawing board.
What are you all using for time lapse jpgs to video???
Okay, I got gopro software to work. Took a little while to figure it out, but you must name your jpgs using the Gopro file naming convention. I created .MOV files, but they seemed to have glitches in them. I tried AVI and they worked fine. So far, I've got one eye, now on to the other...
Last edited by 3DBob; 09-20-2014 at 01:24 PM.
Reason: Update on getting timelapse video to render properly.