I am trying to use a WVC2300 to record images for a time-lapse video. The camera works fine, but I can't figure out a way to set it to take a snapshot at an interval (5 minutes) and send it to an FTP folder. The Events settings page has the options to trigger by motion, but not just at a schedule.
Anyone have experience with this or an idea to try?
The WVC2300 does not have the ability to take time lapse images. You might try to find editing software that will create a time lapse video from a normal video. I have heard of someone doing this although I have not tried it myself. To keep the video file size small change the settings in the camera to only record one frame per second.
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