@All: New Version: Capture!.zip
### Hide main buttons of Capture! ? Only the statusbar will be shown. (usefull vor integration in CarPC frontends)
--> if you activate this option the whole status-bar acts like the exit button. Otherwise you won't be able to exit Capture!
Fixed a bug of "StopOnSuspend". Recording started after resume even if you where not capturing bevore suspend.
@All: New Version: Capture!.zip
Changed the function of the fullscreen-button (which I think no one ever used) to "Archive Video". I think this is a very usefull feature, which I wanted to implement since a long time. If you press this button, the last recorded videofile will be backuped (copied) to another folder (which can be defined in the settings menu).
If you are recording while pressing this button, the recording stopps, the file will be copied and the recording will start again.
If your last recording was shorter than 60 seconds, the recording bevore the last will be archived too.
So you can press this button anytime you passed something interessting and at least the past 60 seconds will be stored in your archive folder.
You can set recording and archive folder to the same value. The archived files will have the suffix "_archived.avi". I set the archive-folder to my external harddisk drive so any interesting archived videos will be copied to my portable drive.
Sadly Capture! is blocked during the process of coping. This may take some time, depending on the size of the videos.
### Path to the folder where the archived videos will be copied. If the last video was shorter than 60 seconds the last two videos will be copied.
Please test this version and report any bugs!! (and english spelling errors...)
I am using latest version on my car pc with excellent results with these specs:
system: logitech quickcam IM usb
pentium celeron 433mhz cpu
256mb pc100 ram
100gb WD 7200 rpm hard disk
software: windows xp home sp2
divx codec 5.2, set to full quality 4mbps, fastest(under options/video compressor)
capture! at 320x240
with these settings a 13 minute capture is roughly 125mb, but plays back smoothly, even quick motion shots. This is the only way I can set my slow system to provide good captured video, thought I'd share.
Thanks for the feedback!
Impressive that a celeron with 433mhz can record with Capture!
Are you using DivX 5.2 because of the popup info-window when capturing with divx 6.2? Thats why I use the old DivX...
Hi,Originally Posted by Prefect
Is it possible to add one settable second keyshortcut in the sw for the new function of save recorder files?
If yes,I add one other button in my RR skin for embed this with second hotkey assigned and hide original buttons....good development of Capture this!
What webcam and IR led for night vision recommends me to buy for making the tests, eventually with Ebay Italy...
actually I am using divx 5.2 as others here have had success with it- have not and probably will not try the newer release- as I recall these divx installs often come with spyware- maulware, etc so I'm sticking with what I have, I have not noticed anything adverse after installing and using the 5.2 codec. It has been raining for 4 days straight here, once I get a nice sunny day I'll make a vid and post a link.
What type of cameras do people use?
Are the CMOS cameras good enough for car journey capturing?
Your thoughts are appriciated any any link to camera suppliers.
System - Epia SP13000 for Main PC, Holux GR-213 USB GPS Receiver SiRF Star III, 2.4Ghz Uplink with VNC and Custom designed USB Intelligent SDC (In DEV). All fed to a Sony CDX-F7500 Headunit via USB. www.wrx-carpc.co.uk
heres a link to a vid I made. http://videos.streetfire.net/video/D...4CCB772566.htm
The compression of the streetfire website is ****ty but you get the idea anyway. I found if you click the "switch to windows media player" button the playback is more realistic. If anyone wants to host a bigger film withthe correct compression for me holler.
Nice! I like this kind of videos. :-)
How did you speed them up? Post-processing in VirtualDub?