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Add an option to start_recording for motion vectors #94

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waveform80 opened this Issue May 12, 2014 · 2 comments

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waveform80 commented May 12, 2014

raspivid is about to grow a new option for dumping motion vectors to a separate file during recording (see raspberrypi/userland@dc3759d). We should add something similar to PiCamera.start_recording and possibly PiCamera.record_sequence (I'm not sure how that'd work with the latter though...)

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We should probably provide some utility routines to handle conversion of the resulting motion vector data too (something along the lines of imv2pgm and imv2txt but geared toward array output)

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waveform80 commented May 12, 2014

We should probably provide some utility routines to handle conversion of the resulting motion vector data too (something along the lines of imv2pgm and imv2txt but geared toward array output)

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I'd like real time python access for movement detection and tracking; albeit with a small image size and low frame rate to suit with the pi's processing power. Hoping you feel inspired. Picamera is a rewarding learning experience. And yes, arrays would seem to provide a useful interface.

Berryfier commented May 13, 2014

I'd like real time python access for movement detection and tracking; albeit with a small image size and low frame rate to suit with the pi's processing power. Hoping you feel inspired. Picamera is a rewarding learning experience. And yes, arrays would seem to provide a useful interface.

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