SebecTec IPTimelapse IP webcam automatically takes pictures from your IP camera or read .jpg images directly from a website to upload, archve and make a time lapse video from them. It can also be used as a stand-alone time-lapse tool with many unique features. Great for construction time-lapse projects, weather stations or long term time-lapse projects. Has archiving, on image local weather and Lat/Long sunrise/sunset on/off option and more. Windows XP, 7, 8 and compatible.
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Important: See below for camera snapshot setup info.
Features added Oct 25, 2014:
-Update to RTSP image capture. Generally you should use the http jpeg snapshot command provided by your camera manufacturer. As an alternative you can now use RTSP with IPTimelapse to capture image frames from your IP camera. RTSP is verified working with Ubiquiti Aircam and Sharx IP cameras. -Added Starlight tab page for image stacking to average or sum images.
9005: Added Sunrise/Sunset capture On/Off based on Latitude/Longitude and separately for time-lapse video production.
To read from an IP cam locate the http command to capture a single JPEG image snapshot for your camera. Or now with version 9020 use an RTSP string for your camera. You need something like this:
Axis - http://IPADDRESS:PORT/axis-cgi/jpg/image.cgi
Sharx - http://IPADDRESS:PORT/snapshot.jpg
Foscam - http://IPADDRES:PORT/cgi-bin/CGIProxy.fcgi?cmd=snapPicture2&usr=[USER]&pwd=[PASS]
Exception: With Ubiquity Aircam set the camear to operate as http (not https). Enter the IP address and port number in SebecTec as follows: http://cameraIP:port
Snapshot commands vary from camera make and model. Search the web for your camera snapshot command or contact Mike at email@example.com for help.