How to Make Slow-motion video with your Raspberry Pi @Raspberry_Pi #piday #raspberrypi
Linux User posted an awesome tutorial on how to create slow motion video using your Raspberry Pi! See the full tutorial here!
The Raspberry Pi camera has been an interesting little add-on for the Raspberry Pi, allowing people to have slightly more control when it comes to projects that require pictures and video. The functionality of the camera is always being slightly enhanced and now a new function has made its way to the camera: slow-motion video. With this you can create short clips as slow as 33 per cent normal speed, with all the same control as you have with the normal camera functions.
The picamera Python module also supports this new framerate, so once you’ve figured out how to use it via this tutorial you can branch out to there.
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