I am currently using an Infragram Pi camera (with a red filter). I need the entire footage (prefe...
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by sam14 |
April 30, 2020 10:17 |
I am currently using an Infragram Pi camera (with a red filter). I need the entire footage (preferably in High-res) to be processed and converted to an NDVI footage. Can this be done on Infragram? Thank you
Hi @Sam14, Image Sequencer has experimental support for processing gifs: https://github.com/publiclab/image-sequencer#experimental-gif-processing-support
You could try this out by converting part of your video into a gif, and then running it through. Note that after processing, each frame will last for one second, regardless of what the frame rate was before processing.
Great, thanks Liz!
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