10 September 2019
Creating the Timelapses
This ride had a purpose, to capture some timelapse footage. Unfortunately the sky was virtually devoid of any clouds or significant cloud movement. For this reason I set the time delay between images to 2secs, capture as much scenery with less images.
Camera set up next to the Frank Kitts Childrens playground
Camera set up facing Chaffers Dock
Click Here to watch the video.
This is another first for me. With a little bit of effort you can make your post POP (or in my case, gives it that clean and professional look). Initially, I was thinking, why bother. But once I got the hang of things it really doesn't take long to put this together. The best part about the online markdown editor, I can confirm all the images and files are accessible from the servers I use.
I was very disappointed ALL the emojis didn't work. Or maybe my OS/Browser isn't set up right
|Github Guides||Introduction, examples, syntax|
|Markdown List||Complete active list|
|Online Markdown Editor||I used this one to learn/create the syntax|
|Downloads||No Audio No Watermark|
|Frank Kitts Timelapse||2sec timer 1080p 25fps 37sec 49.8MB|
|Chaffers Timelapse||2sec timer 1080p 25fps 47sec 73.9MB|
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
|Recording||Sony FDR-X3000||timelapse images/video recording|
|-||Sony HDR-CX405||images/video recording|
|-||Samsung Galaxy A10||images/GPS tracking|
|-||Myrmica 360TL||panning 60min|
|-||Dell Optiplex 9010||3rd Gen i5 8GB Ram 500GB HDD|
|-||3003.sh||timelapse bash script|