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Add option for post roll for timed timelapse to duplicate last frame #1553

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commented Oct 21, 2016

What does this PR do and why is it necessary?

Adds ability to simply repeat the last frame of capture instead of capturing several minutes (or hours) of footage after print is completed.

How was it tested? How can it be tested by the reviewer?

Tested on 3 octoprint instances with 3 different cameras and some different plugins as well. It can be tested via going to timelapse, unchecking the new checkbox (ensuring there is a postroll interval) and saving, then running a print.

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Add option to repeat last captured frame instead of capturing new fra…
…mes for the end of a timelapse. Defaults to current behavior (capturing new frames for the time after). Implements #1422

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commented Oct 26, 2016

Hmm, what I don't like here is the code duplication going on. ZTimelapse and TimedTimelapse with non captured post roll now basically contain the exact same code in process_postroll. That screams for extracting that into a custom "copying_postroll" (or better named) method on the Timelapse parent class and then just calling that from the child classes were appropriate.

Could you modify your pr accordingly? No problem if not, would just mean merging would have to wait until I'm back on my feet (which I'm currently not).


@foosel foosel merged commit 7e2382f into foosel:devel Nov 22, 2016

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