Posts tagged with: video capture

The release of macOS 10.14 Mojave broke all video and image capture functions in Logger Pro. It is still possible to analyze existing videos and......
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There are some circumstances where movies in Logger Pro will show up in green: 1) Higher resolution videos, (low resolutions are fine.) 2) The computer......
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1) Support the phone or camera to keep it still. Use a tripod, tape the phone to a box, or find another way to avoid......
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After choosing Take Video in Video Physics 3.0.1, a bug causes the image displayed to be oriented incorrectly. The image appears sideways or upside down......
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Time lapse captures on Windows that exceed a certain video size (estimated sizes larger than 2Gigs) will not playback in QT (they show up blank......
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This is not yet confirmed, but we suspect that OS X 10.8.5 breaks video capture in Logger Pro from the internal camera. The only workaround......
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At certain resolutions, with certain cameras, Logger Pro time lapse video captures can sometimes fail with a message that says “QuickTime Error: -2014 File ..GUIQuickTimeMovie.cpp......
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There is a freeware utility called ffdshow that adds additional video and audio codecs to Windows applications. It can be configured to block communication between......
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