IPTimelapse Features

Scroll down to see websites and a list of the many unique and powerful IPTimelapse features.   Did you know IPTimelapse can also be scheduled to read an image from a website or a jpeg image on your file system?  GUI Screenshots and User Guide available on the menu links above.  

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Sites using IPTimelapse

   Bar Harbor, MainePortsmouth, NH   Mount Monadnock, NH
   Tenerife, Spain (DSLR) Wooden Canoes Shopcam   Mt. Whitney, California
   Kennebunkport, MaineMt. Katahdin, Maine   Carrabassett Valley, Maine
     Skunk Bay Weather, Seattle, WA
   Thornton, NHLoon Mountain, NH   Moosehead Lake, Maine
   Bonne Hills Beach cam, AUDacula Weather, GA 
Pikes Peak, Colorado   Capetown, South Africa


– End-to-end image capture and processing. IPTimelapse can read snapshots:

             – Directly from your IP camera using http or rtsp

             – From a local file as C:somefolderimage.jpg

             – From a webpage as http:somewebsete.comimage.jpg

– IPTimelapse will archive images, make timelapse video using h.264 compression and mp4, FTP upload images and timelapse video.

– Operate multiple cameras and handle different time-zones.  Enter camera lat/long for correct sunrise/sunset on/off times and timelapse production.

– Add local NOAA or Wunderground or OpenWeatherMap weather to your snapshots as they are captured.

– Set capture on/off time using local Sunrise/Sunset with Latitude and Longitude

– Fine-tune image rotation to square horizon (0.1 deg steps)

– IPTimelapse can optionally “capture” jpeg image files as they appear in a watched folder. Thus you don’t need to talk to the IP camera (or any other camera) directly if the camera can send images to a folder. When a new image appears in the folder IPTimelapse will process it. (This option activated under the Help menu)

– Capture at one rate say every 5 seconds and upload at a slower rate say every 2 minutes thereby preserving upload bandwidth while creating an image archive for a smooth timelapse video.

– Launch multiple program instances to control more cameras or timelapse projects

– Can be used as a standalone timelapse software to process a jpeg image sequence

– Add up to 3 watermarks to the image. Set position, scale, and transparency

– Crop images as they are captured

– Crop images when creating timelapse video without affecting original image

– Set jpeg compression of upload image

– Set jpeg compression of archive saved image

– Auto delete archive images older than N days

– Set day of week for image capture

– Thumbnail or thumbnail only upload option

– Image sharpening using “unsharp mask” option

– Encoding features:

– Process images from today only, over a date range, process all images, process from a text file list.

– Process every Nth image to subsample large datasets

– Set a desired playback run time. The software will auto subsample the image set and playback frame rate to produce a video with the set play time.

– Set start and stop time of day for timelapse processing

– Set day of week for timelapse processing

– Set sunrise/sunset for timelapse processing

– Choose one image from each day (say at noon in a year-long image dataset) to create timelapse

– Keep a weeks archive of timelapse video uploads having day of week names.

– Encoding settings for h.264/mp4: Frames/sec, CRF quality, bit rate, Encoding speed

– Starlight option: stack captured images as they are captured in low light to improve s/n

– FTP Options

        – Upload to two separate FTP sites

        – Secure FTP: SFTP, FTPS and FTP

        – Set ports for FTP

– Low bandwidth usage – does not process IP cam stream – only snapshots on a schedule

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