Animations with FireCapture

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Animations with FireCapture

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Today I tried my very first (short) animation, it is very rough and uneven between single images, I hope to do better with practice.
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I read on the excellent guide "How to image the Sun" that "FireCapture can be set to take a sequence of short video files at specific intervals for a given amount of time". In FC I got this panel
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but couldn't find where to specify the interval between each sequence, can someone help me ?
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Re: Animations with FireCapture

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You can use the autorunner function.

Select the # images, delay and time limit per video.
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Re: Animations with FireCapture

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That's a mighty fine animation Raf :bow :bow :bow

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Great job Raf.


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Thanks Paul for help, thanks Alexandra and Mark for your kind comments.


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Amazing detail in there!


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Hi Raffaello,

The animation is excellent and very fine details visible.


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