It would be fairly easy to expand the time periods from 6 upwards that is all in schedule.php, but it might be better to have a facility to set duration so that each session can be done on one line. I'll think about that.wb4dhc wrote:This looks perfect for our Time/Motion studies. Often when we record since the workcenter operator is aware of someone recording they modify their behavior. This is human nature. Being able to schedule start and stop capture times is critical to capturing a natural work performance. Has anyone made a mod to have more than 3 recording sessions? It looks like I'd need to use one line for the start time and one line to end the recording giving the 3 sessions.
Also, the boxing is great in that I can box at a different fps than recording. I would like to add 2 options to run in the background to yield 2 additional mp4 files (one fast to skim through the session and one slow to analyze motion) before deleting the h264 file. I haven't been able to find where that MP4Box background command is issued. Can someone please point me to the right file?
Thanks for the help. I don't want to "Reinvent the wheel" if someone has already done these things.
The MP4Box command is issued by the core raspimjpeg program as it processes each captured h264 file. Currently the command line is built into that executable and is modified to include the relevant source and dest filenames and the Box fps.
It would be possible to make the command line a config option so that it could be edited, but then there are some other considerations; where does the other fps come from, what is the other dest file called, what visibility is there of more than one file in the web interface, and deleting both files when required. The last one would probably be the trickiest part. If one was just trying to produce 2 files but only one was viewable in web that wouldn't be so bad.