Ok. I saw its messages. However, I still not to obtain to record videos wit=
30 frames per second. Please, you he could give more details, say which
options I must configure. I am needing very.
On 9/21/05, sschaefer1@... <sschaefer1@...> wrote:
> search the archive for my email address, I've talked about this before
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Daniels <daniels85@...>
> Date: Wednesday, September 21, 2005 2:47 pm
> Subject: [Motion-user] Movies with 30 frames for second
> > How I make to record movies with 30 frames for second?
> > Thanks,
> > --
> > Daniel Silva Ferreira
> > daniels_net@...
> > Fortaleza-CE
"...as melhores coisas da vida voc=EA n=E3o escolhe, elas acontecem.."
Daniel Silva Ferreira
Daniels, 22.09.2005 20:59:
> Ok. I saw its messages. However, I still not to obtain to record videos
> with 30 frames per second. Please, you he could give more details, say
> which options I must configure. I am needing very.
I've read that 30 fps is the best you can expect to get from a PAL
video camera. By design Motion is not meant to "capture as fast as
possible". Other Motion users writing on the list will tell you too,
that 2 - 5 fps is enough for most surveillance systems.
Different needs, different solutions, of course. Capture images/movies
on motion is the trick. For just caputuring you'll find better tools.
The common suggestion on the list about high speed recording (on
motion detection) is to trigger a separate frame grabber process with
on_event_xxx. You'll loose a second or so, but it should work. There
even might have been a report about capturing audio this way. No
pre-capture of corse. For details about the 'on_xxx' feature see here:
In general I recommend to you to read the Motion Guide, if you still
what to go with Motion. The Motion Guide is a big and high quality
source of knowledge contributed by Motion developers and users, set-up
and managed by Kenneth.