Making time lapse videos easier.
Take photos with your web cam and generate time lapse videos. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ld2tM_C4xKY (demonstration of rendered video)
Currently only works in Chrome. Sign in with Twitter, Facebook or Google and start taking pictures. Once you're done taking pictures, click save images and they'll be sent to the server. Render Video should work now, there was an issue with a command that was being used that had different flags in OS X than Ubuntu.
jQuery, AngularJS, ExpressJS, BinaryJS, underscore, Bootstrap, Glyphicons, FontAwesome icons from fontello, getUserMedia, FFMPEG
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Thanks for the feedback & vote! This project is something I've wanted to create for years now, started toying with the idea in flash before node.js or getUserMedia existed. Really happy with the way web technology has evolved!
Pretty sure you didn't do anything wrong ;) I think there was something going on with MongoDB. Restarted it and the server and it doesn't seem to hang for me now.
Mind giving it a try again?
Thanks for the feedback, I was able to fix the issue and render video should work now. Unfortunately there isn't a progress bar for the video rendering but you should see a "Download Video" button within a minute.
Hey @overra Was able to download videos as myvideo.mp4 but they play without images in MPC, hopefully it's just an issue my end.
Interesting, do you have VLC to try playing it with? I don't have a Windows machine to try it myself.
Authentication provides a unique ID for each user so the app knows who the images belong to.
There was an issue with the xargs command (difference between osx and ubuntu) and I was told that as long as there were no major code changes it could be fixed. With that said, video rendering should work now.
Not sure what's going on with twitter but I just tried it with another twitter account and I see what you mean. However, I was able to login with twitter after going back to mopic.co and trying twitter again.
Thanks for the feedback! Video rendering should be working now if you'd like to give it another try.
If you have the time, give it another try. Recently fixed the issue that prevented the video from rendering. Thanks!
Thanks for your vote! I've figured out what broke in production, might be able to fix it if I get approval!
If do you manage to sneak a change in, let me know! Our whole API bugged out and doesn't talk to do our front-end. We deployed with test data :\
Should be working now, give it a try!
Thanks for the feedback! I have a lot of plans for this project, including social integration, mobile app and more.
I was really disappointed that ffmpeg failed, it took over an hour to compile it and it finished just before the end of the competition.