Batch capture or intervalometer?

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  • Ulf Liljegren
    Hello

    By changing the delay in the end of the script you can change the interval.



    property HowManyCaptures : 100
    tell application "Capture One PRO"
    -- Ask how many captures
    set theReply to display dialog "How many captures?" default answer (HowManyCaptures as text) buttons {"Cancel", "Start"} default button "Start"


    set myCamera to the selected camera
    repeat with n from 1 to HowManyCaptures by 1
    if the status of myCamera is ready then
    capture with camera myCamera
    end if
    delay 5
    end repeat
    end tell
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  • NN194544UL
    Hi Ulf,

    Where do you edit that script? Can it be done on any version?

    Is this possible in the new Microsoft® Expression® Media 2?

    Thank you!

    Patricio
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  • Drew
    Patricio,
    The script in question is an actual command script for firing a camera from the software in intervals. You can use the script only for Capture One and, as it was written for Capture One 3, may require some fine tuning for Capture One 5. However it's the same basic idea.
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  • NN194544UL
    Thanks Drew,

    I have the Capture One 4. Then, I must deal with the cmd.exe? Once set up, will anything show up in the software´s GUI or is it triggered by the cmd.exe prompt area? It good be a good idea to add an intervalometer to Capture One as Nikon Intervalometer does. It is pretty much needed in aerial photography. Thank you for your help.

    Patricio.
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  • Drew
    [quote="NN194544UL" wrote:
    Then, I must deal with the cmd.exe?

    Incorrect, as the script above is for Mac.
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  • NN194544UL
    Thanks. I have a Gralab 451 intervalometer that seems to solve the problem.
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