Time-lapse clips

With time-lapse clips you can create great time-lapse recordings of your location to show to your site visitors.

Creating clips is also useful to preserve a part of the day and share the clip page on social networks. They are not deleted, so links remain accessible. Update: there is a limit of 200 clips per webcam

Clips are visible in a box on your webcams page and also in the public clips section.

To create a clip for your own webcam, pause the time-lapse view playback and use the clip buttons:

create a time lapse clip

Navigate around by using the skip image buttons, then mark in and out and press create clip. Then check out the resulting turtle clip ;)

After creating the clip, rendered video files (mp4/webm/ogg) are available within a few minutes on the clip page (wait a moment and reload the page).

export time lapse clip

You can upload a clip to YouTube with a single click from the clip page, if you already set up the YouTube integration.

Notes:

  • Creating clips works for your own webcam only.
  • Clips created from private webcams are not listed anywhere on our site. Uploaded YouTube videos are set to ‘private’ automatically.
  • You can create clips up to 1 day long now (we are working on export for the week/month/year ranges).
  • The clip frame rate (fps) and name can be changed later and the video is recreated.

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If your Mobotix camera does not support H.264, you can still use the MxPEG video encoding to have some advantages compared to MJPEG, like lower bandwidth usage and more motion detail.

Multiple YouTube Live streams

With YouTube Stream Now, you can only have one live stream per account. In this post we will show how to set up the YouTube Events to use multiple live streams for your IP cameras in one account.