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Learn how it's possible to make a time lapse video in Linux by using the program Kino.
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Hello. In my previous videos, I’ve been looking at making a time lapse video with the Windows operating system.
Well today, I’m going to look at how we can do it on Linux. I’ve been looking at this for a few days and there’s not many proms I could find that would do it. and so involved using the terminal. And that is something I don’t want to use it the top possible.
The one I prove that might actually that works based be well is Kino. Now, when you’re experimenting here, no, I don’t know much about this program at this stage. I’m just learning. But I’ll just show you what I have managed to do so far.
What I did, I connected up my camcorder so that’s how you’d capture from that. I did it deceiving through my kitchen window. Now the output is here. I’ll just show you very brief through all of these files.
Now, what happened, let me go in the settings first though. We need to just click on Edit and Preferences. And on the Capture tab here, under Write Every frame, I just put in ‘20’ and then the Frame per File, I put 200. Again, I’m just messing around. I mean I didn’t really know what in was doing here and again I have to be learning quite bit about this but I’ll just show you.
This is where I actually put in there and I just need to match if you're tick Auto Split Files or not. It’ll still split them up. And basically, what I did, I recorded a video for tem minutes and I had four files each lasting eight seconds long. So once you’ve done this, you click ‘OK’, you go back to your capture and you record from the camcorder.
Now the files is a 10 minutes video that only is 27.5 megabytes each so it’s not going to take about much how it displays it really eve if you record it all day.
So now that we got this output, we need to join them together. I already have done this. you have to click on Edit by the way and you just basically drive them over. And I’ve already done this. I’ll have to do it because the screen capture program or might be copy file over to gain this restriction of that program.
What you need to do next is you click this “Join current and next scenes.” I’ll just zoom in here. Just click on that. So the files are joined there.
The next stage, you need to export it. I’ll just close this down and I’m going to create another folder on the desktop. What are we doing there? Create folder and show again, go to Export now. What you need to do here is click on MPEG and the File location, you’re going to put here entitled “folder.” And we’re going to call it “Test”. Click on Save and you don’t need to worry about any of this. Just click on Export. Just the button Export and click Export to the desktop entitled folder “Test”. And it won’t take long, it will be there.
Now hopefully those four files will be joining this one single file and that file should be about 32 seconds because that’s made of before an eight second videos. Okay. it shouldn’t take that long.
Well, it’s done. All right, we’ll check on this folder and there it is. It’s one single file and you noticed, not quite sure there is really but we’ll want to do now is play the actual file.
Yes it is 30, well, 31 seconds. So what you’re seeing now is ten minutes of actual recording condensed down to 31 seconds which means nine minutes of video would be actually three hours of recording. So that’s not too bad. Again you have to adjust the settings in order for you to get it faster than this.
So, that’s basically it. Ready? Again, I’m no expert with Kino file format; I’m just a newbie for Linux in general anyway. But I’m glad I managed to find something that can match what other confusing Windows really.
So if any of you got any suggestions, any help, if any experts out there that can help me out, I’ll be very grateful. Okay. Thank you very much for watching.