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Comments for Plebian Design: Blog http://plebiandesign.com/blog Plebian Design Sun, 19 Feb 2017 18:52:26 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.7 hourly 1 Comment on One Minute Per Day instructions, b1 by dan http://plebiandesign.com/blog/?p=552&cpage=1#comment-71298 dan Tue, 11 Oct 2011 14:01:52 +0000 http://plebiandesign.com/blog/?p=552#comment-71298 this is relevant to the blurring portion of the script. http://timelapsefarm.wordpress.com/2011/07/05/blur-or-iir-filter-for-timelapse-movies/ this is relevant to the blurring portion of the script.
http://timelapsefarm.wordpress.com/2011/07/05/blur-or-iir-filter-for-timelapse-movies/

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Comment on One Minute Per Day instructions, b1 by dan http://plebiandesign.com/blog/?p=552&cpage=1#comment-69842 dan Sun, 02 Oct 2011 18:45:01 +0000 http://plebiandesign.com/blog/?p=552#comment-69842 #this is what is running on my mac laptop. #! /bin/sh # THIS VERSION TAKES A WEBCAM PIC AND BLENDS IT WITH SCREENSHOT # *************************************** # ******OMPD - One Minute Per Day - Voluntary Anthropology # ******public timelapse wall # need to install ffmpeg and imagemagick for this to work # maybe wacaw too # ************** # ************** # whatever you want to be your directory of files cd ~/Pictures/OMPD # make a subdirectory with today's date, then go to it. mkdir `date +%Y-%m` cd `date +%Y-%m` screencapture -m -x -t jpg last.jpg DDDATE=`date +%Y%m` DATETIME=`date +%Y%m%d%H%M%S` RAMP=9 counter=10000 # at 15 seconds per shot, 4/min, 240/hr, 10 hours = 2400 shots # while [ $counter -ne 3400 ] # run a fixed number of shots. #while [ `date +%H` -lt 23 ] # if it's less that 11pm while [ 1 ] # run all the time do DATETIME=`date +%Y%m%d%H%M%S` NOWDATE=`date +%Y%m` if [ $NOWDATE -gt $DDDATE ] then echo "month change" counter=100000 for f in screen*.jpg; do let "counter+=1" mv $f renum${counter:1}.jpg done # convert *.jpg ~/Movies/AUTOUPLOAD/OMPD-$DDDATE-$DATETIME.mp4 # for f in *.jpg; do let "counter+=1"; mv $f screen${counter:1}.jpg ; done #done # -g sets keyframes. useful if you ever edit the file later ffmpeg -r 20 -b 5000 -g 1 -i renum%05d.jpg -sameq -s 720x450 ~/Movies/AUTOUPLOAD/OMPD-$DDDATE.mp4 #ffmpeg -r 10 -sameq -i webcam%04d.jpg ~/Movies/AUTOUPLOAD/camTL-$DDDATE.mp4 #ffmpeg -r 15 -b 5000 -i webcam%04d.jpg ~/Movies/AUTOUPLOAD/` # -b 5000 to limit movie size. cd ~/Pictures/OMPD mkdir `date +%Y-%m-%d` cd `date +%Y-%m-%d` sleep 1 screencapture -m -x -t jpg last.jpg screencapture -m -x -t jpg new.jpg screencapture -m -x -t jpg middle.jpg counter=10000 DDDATE=`date +%Y%m` fi #let "counter+=1" echo $DATETIME #echo $counter # if you want to see the progression on the terminal window # capture a JPG screenshot let "RAMP%=6" let "RAMP+=1" echo $RAMP #screencapture -m -x -t jpg screen${counter:1}.jpg rm -rf new.jpg rm -rf webcam.jpeg wacaw --jpeg -n 4 webcam screencapture -m -x -t jpg -T 2 new.jpg #composite /Users/danielpaluska/Pictures/OMPD/wave_gradient6.png new.jpg -displace 3x3 middle.jpg #screen$DATETIME.jpg composite -blend 35 new.jpg last.jpg -matte middle.jpg convert webcam.jpeg -resize %200 webcam.jpg composite -blend 50 webcam.jpg middle.jpg last.jpg #composite -blend 50 -gravity center /Users/danielpaluska/OneMinutePerDay/label.gif middle.jpg middle.jpg #cp middle.jpg last.jpg #mv temp.jpg screen$DATETIME.jpg convert last.jpg -resize %50 screen$DATETIME.jpg #wacaw --jpeg -n 4 webcam${counter:1}.jpg echo "captured images" # resize images using imagemagick here? #mogrify screen$DATETIME.jpg -resize 720x450 # add additional imagemagick filters that intentionally art-ify the images? echo "made screen smaller" # convert webcam${counter:1}.jpg.jpeg -resize 95% webcam${counter:1}.jpg # mv webcam$DATETIME.jpg.jpeg webcam$DATETIME.jpg #convert screen${counter:1}.jpg -resize 50% screen${counter:1}.jpg # capture an image from the webcam using wacaw package. get from sourceforge # # download zip file. unzip. run these two things at command line # sudo cp wacaw /usr/local/bin; sudo chmod +x /usr/local/bin/wacaw echo yofool # number of seconds between shots sleep 20 # make a beep here? display a shot onscreen? done # one shot/15sec, played at 10 fps = 150x speedup. 150min(2.5hr) = 1 min vid. 10hrs = 4min # about mac cron jobs on laptops and sleep times # http://www.thexlab.com/faqs/maintscri... #this is what is running on my mac laptop.

#! /bin/sh

# THIS VERSION TAKES A WEBCAM PIC AND BLENDS IT WITH SCREENSHOT
# ***************************************
# ******OMPD - One Minute Per Day - Voluntary Anthropology
# ******public timelapse wall
# need to install ffmpeg and imagemagick for this to work
# maybe wacaw too
# **************
# **************

# whatever you want to be your directory of files
cd ~/Pictures/OMPD
# make a subdirectory with today’s date, then go to it.
mkdir `date +%Y-%m`
cd `date +%Y-%m`

screencapture -m -x -t jpg last.jpg

DDDATE=`date +%Y%m`
DATETIME=`date +%Y%m%d%H%M%S`

RAMP=9
counter=10000
# at 15 seconds per shot, 4/min, 240/hr, 10 hours = 2400 shots
# while [ $counter -ne 3400 ] # run a fixed number of shots.
#while [ `date +%H` -lt 23 ] # if it’s less that 11pm
while [ 1 ] # run all the time
do
DATETIME=`date +%Y%m%d%H%M%S`

NOWDATE=`date +%Y%m`
if [ $NOWDATE -gt $DDDATE ]
then
echo “month change”
counter=100000
for f in screen*.jpg; do
let “counter+=1″
mv $f renum${counter:1}.jpg
done
# convert *.jpg ~/Movies/AUTOUPLOAD/OMPD-$DDDATE-$DATETIME.mp4
# for f in *.jpg; do let “counter+=1″; mv $f screen${counter:1}.jpg ; done
#done
# -g sets keyframes. useful if you ever edit the file later
ffmpeg -r 20 -b 5000 -g 1 -i renum%05d.jpg -sameq -s 720×450 ~/Movies/AUTOUPLOAD/OMPD-$DDDATE.mp4
#ffmpeg -r 10 -sameq -i webcam%04d.jpg ~/Movies/AUTOUPLOAD/camTL-$DDDATE.mp4
#ffmpeg -r 15 -b 5000 -i webcam%04d.jpg ~/Movies/AUTOUPLOAD/`
# -b 5000 to limit movie size.
cd ~/Pictures/OMPD
mkdir `date +%Y-%m-%d`
cd `date +%Y-%m-%d`
sleep 1
screencapture -m -x -t jpg last.jpg
screencapture -m -x -t jpg new.jpg
screencapture -m -x -t jpg middle.jpg
counter=10000
DDDATE=`date +%Y%m`
fi

#let “counter+=1″
echo $DATETIME
#echo $counter # if you want to see the progression on the terminal window
# capture a JPG screenshot

let “RAMP%=6″
let “RAMP+=1″
echo $RAMP
#screencapture -m -x -t jpg screen${counter:1}.jpg
rm -rf new.jpg
rm -rf webcam.jpeg
wacaw –jpeg -n 4 webcam
screencapture -m -x -t jpg -T 2 new.jpg
#composite /Users/danielpaluska/Pictures/OMPD/wave_gradient6.png new.jpg -displace 3×3 middle.jpg #screen$DATETIME.jpg
composite -blend 35 new.jpg last.jpg -matte middle.jpg

convert webcam.jpeg -resize %200 webcam.jpg
composite -blend 50 webcam.jpg middle.jpg last.jpg
#composite -blend 50 -gravity center /Users/danielpaluska/OneMinutePerDay/label.gif middle.jpg middle.jpg
#cp middle.jpg last.jpg
#mv temp.jpg screen$DATETIME.jpg
convert last.jpg -resize %50 screen$DATETIME.jpg

#wacaw –jpeg -n 4 webcam${counter:1}.jpg
echo “captured images”
# resize images using imagemagick here?

#mogrify screen$DATETIME.jpg -resize 720×450

# add additional imagemagick filters that intentionally art-ify the images?
echo “made screen smaller”
# convert webcam${counter:1}.jpg.jpeg -resize 95% webcam${counter:1}.jpg
# mv webcam$DATETIME.jpg.jpeg webcam$DATETIME.jpg

#convert screen${counter:1}.jpg -resize 50% screen${counter:1}.jpg

# capture an image from the webcam using wacaw package. get from sourceforge
#
# download zip file. unzip. run these two things at command line
# sudo cp wacaw /usr/local/bin; sudo chmod +x /usr/local/bin/wacaw
echo yofool
# number of seconds between shots
sleep 20
# make a beep here? display a shot onscreen?
done
# one shot/15sec, played at 10 fps = 150x speedup. 150min(2.5hr) = 1 min vid. 10hrs = 4min
# about mac cron jobs on laptops and sleep times
# http://www.thexlab.com/faqs/maintscri...

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Comment on One Minute Per Day instructions, b1 by Cullen Corley http://plebiandesign.com/blog/?p=552&cpage=1#comment-69841 Cullen Corley Sun, 02 Oct 2011 18:41:53 +0000 http://plebiandesign.com/blog/?p=552#comment-69841 cool! I figured it was something to be made beforehand. ImageMagick is new to me so I'm still working through all that stuff. Can I see what your capture.sh looks like now so I can figure out where a few other things are not working? would like to try to "teach myself to penguin" here the layered Broadcaster Project video is a great idea, and looks great as well! cool! I figured it was something to be made beforehand. ImageMagick is new to me so I’m still working through all that stuff.

Can I see what your capture.sh looks like now so I can figure out where a few other things are not working? would like to try to “teach myself to penguin” here

the layered Broadcaster Project video is a great idea, and looks great as well!

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Comment on One Minute Per Day instructions, b1 by dan http://plebiandesign.com/blog/?p=552&cpage=1#comment-69684 dan Sat, 01 Oct 2011 22:46:41 +0000 http://plebiandesign.com/blog/?p=552#comment-69684 woop! ok, i must be honest i have played around with this a lot and not necessarily kept the github gist up to date with all the options. composite is part of imagemagick and i use it to do a couple different things depending on the situation. 2 main things. 1 - overlay blend images. and in the line you ask about, 2. warp images with an underlying template. see how this movie has a wavy texture? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYFlGMv24XI that's what that line does. you have to create the gradient file ahead of time, just once. then you can use it whenever. and -displace 7x10 can be changed to make the effect more or less noticeable. a little more about things composite can do here: http://broadcasterproject.wordpress.com/2010/05/18/how-to-layerremix-videos-with-free-command-line-tools/ make sense? rock! woop!
ok, i must be honest i have played around with this a lot and not necessarily kept the github gist up to date with all the options.
composite is part of imagemagick and i use it to do a couple different things depending on the situation.
2 main things. 1 - overlay blend images. and in the line you ask about, 2. warp images with an underlying template.
see how this movie has a wavy texture? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYFlGMv24XI
that’s what that line does. you have to create the gradient file ahead of time, just once. then you can use it whenever. and -displace 7×10 can be changed to make the effect more or less noticeable. a little more about things composite can do here: http://broadcasterproject.wordpress.com/2010/05/18/how-to-layerremix-videos-with-free-command-line-tools/
make sense?
rock!

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Comment on One Minute Per Day instructions, b1 by Cullen Corley http://plebiandesign.com/blog/?p=552&cpage=1#comment-69640 Cullen Corley Sat, 01 Oct 2011 16:47:05 +0000 http://plebiandesign.com/blog/?p=552#comment-69640 Hey Dan, this is awesome! just tried it and with only a little bit of editing it worked on my netbook. also happy about the relatively small HD and CPU footprint these processes seem to have. one question: what is this line doing? #composite /home/cullen/Pictures/OMPD/wave_gradient6.png temp.jpg -displace 7x10 screen$DATETIME.jpg I commented it out because terminal was giving me errors. but is that the line that puts the webcam and screen capture together? I'd like to preserve that effect but my setup doesn't seem to know what to do with that line. error: composite: unable to open image `/home/cullen/Pictures/OMPD/wave_gradient6.png': @ error/blob.c/OpenBlob/2498. composite: unable to open file `/home/cullen/Pictures/OMPD/wave_gradient6.png' @ error/png.c/ReadPNGImage/3072. composite: unable to open image `temp.jpg': @ error/blob.c/OpenBlob/2498. composite: missing an image filename `screen20111001124612.jpg' @ error/composite.c/CompositeImageCommand/1607. Hey Dan,

this is awesome! just tried it and with only a little bit of editing it worked on my netbook. also happy about the relatively small HD and CPU footprint these processes seem to have.

one question: what is this line doing?

#composite /home/cullen/Pictures/OMPD/wave_gradient6.png temp.jpg -displace 7×10 screen$DATETIME.jpg

I commented it out because terminal was giving me errors. but is that the line that puts the webcam and screen capture together? I’d like to preserve that effect but my setup doesn’t seem to know what to do with that line. error:

composite: unable to open image `/home/cullen/Pictures/OMPD/wave_gradient6.png’: @ error/blob.c/OpenBlob/2498.
composite: unable to open file `/home/cullen/Pictures/OMPD/wave_gradient6.png’ @ error/png.c/ReadPNGImage/3072.
composite: unable to open image `temp.jpg’: @ error/blob.c/OpenBlob/2498.
composite: missing an image filename `screen20111001124612.jpg’ @ error/composite.c/CompositeImageCommand/1607.

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Comment on There’s a Zoo in Us by Martin Weiss http://plebiandesign.com/blog/?p=271&cpage=1#comment-58690 Martin Weiss Tue, 26 Jul 2011 20:08:10 +0000 http://plebiandesign.com/blog/?p=271#comment-58690 I do programs for children about evolution and i would like to see this video. However, I cannot get it to play and can't find it on You Tube. Can you help? Martin I do programs for children about evolution and i would like to see this video. However, I cannot get it to play and can’t find it on You Tube. Can you help?

Martin

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Comment on A Manifestivus by on_a_side http://plebiandesign.com/blog/?p=580&cpage=1#comment-24639 on_a_side Sun, 28 Nov 2010 00:24:27 +0000 http://plebiandesign.com/blog/?p=580#comment-24639 We don't need this, but "the other side" does. We don’t need this, but “the other side” does.

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Comment on A Manifestivus by ashish nayak http://plebiandesign.com/blog/?p=580&cpage=1#comment-23472 ashish nayak Thu, 18 Nov 2010 07:05:41 +0000 http://plebiandesign.com/blog/?p=580#comment-23472 hi !!! nice blog :-)...i'm an ug student @ iit guwahati...i'l tell wat i feel... after many many years of thorough scientific reasearch involving huge amounts of wealth and labour invested in it...we humans finally came 2 the "string theory"...which i think says that the world is full of some type of strings..and if those strings vibrate in one manner they behave wat v call as an electron r else if in some other way as som other particles etc... tell u wat... decades ago...Lord gautam budha found out the fact that we humans r all composed of vibrations and that if u just calmly sit and do vipassana(it is a meditation technique invented by budha which involves observing various sensations goin on in ur body)...u can infact FEEL THE VIBRATIONS , FEEL THE ENERGY of urself and also the world aroun you... which i think how much ever science u put can't make u feel... wat i feel is... hw muchsoever one knows science unless humanity isn't there it's just worth nothing ... and humanity can only be brought through religion ... which i think is the sole cause for the formation of various religions... we humans are ofcourse potential enough for having a direct experience of the interconnectedness of all things... there are many people, many saints in this world who have felt and are feeling... but y only so few... may be because , if everyone were able 2 , then this wouldn't be earth !!! i think this link helps you to know that wat u wanted is possible and many people around the world are infact experiencing this wonderful feeling of interconnectdness ...http://www.dhamma.org/... --thanks for reading =) hi !!! nice blog :-)…i’m an ug student @ iit guwahati…i’l tell wat i feel…

after many many years of thorough scientific reasearch involving huge amounts of wealth and labour invested in it…we humans finally came 2 the “string theory”…which i think says that the world is full of some type of strings..and if those strings vibrate in one manner they behave wat v call as an electron r else if in some other way as som other particles etc…

tell u wat…

decades ago…Lord gautam budha found out the fact that we humans r all composed of vibrations and that if u just calmly sit and do vipassana(it is a meditation technique invented by budha which involves observing various sensations goin on in ur body)…u can infact FEEL THE VIBRATIONS , FEEL THE ENERGY of urself and also the world aroun you…

which i think how much ever science u put can’t make u feel…

wat i feel is… hw muchsoever one knows science unless humanity isn’t there it’s just worth nothing … and humanity can only be brought through religion … which i think is the sole cause for the formation of various religions…

we humans are ofcourse potential enough for having a direct experience of the interconnectedness of all things…

there are many people, many saints in this world who have felt and are feeling…

but y only so few…

may be because , if everyone were able 2 , then this wouldn’t be earth !!!

i think this link helps you to know that wat u wanted is possible and many people around the world are infact experiencing this wonderful feeling of interconnectdness …http://www.dhamma.org/…

–thanks for reading =)

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Comment on A Manifestivus by plebiandesign http://plebiandesign.com/blog/?p=580&cpage=1#comment-23448 plebiandesign Thu, 18 Nov 2010 00:48:12 +0000 http://plebiandesign.com/blog/?p=580#comment-23448 Hi Brian -- Thanks for comments. To be very clear - this has nothing to do with 'believing in gods' -- it has to do specifically with the potential for having a direct experience of the interconnectedness of all things [something conceptually grasped by science], and getting beyond exactly the typical battle between anthropomorphic gods and science. Both sides are spending a lot of energy on that level of a discussion that potentially goes much deeper... thanks again for taking the time. -J Hi Brian —

Thanks for comments. To be very clear - this has nothing to do with ‘believing in gods’ — it has to do specifically with the potential for having a direct experience of the interconnectedness of all things [something conceptually grasped by science], and getting beyond exactly the typical battle between anthropomorphic gods and science. Both sides are spending a lot of energy on that level of a discussion that potentially goes much deeper… thanks again for taking the time. -J

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Comment on A Manifestivus by Brian Baum http://plebiandesign.com/blog/?p=580&cpage=1#comment-23447 Brian Baum Thu, 18 Nov 2010 00:42:08 +0000 http://plebiandesign.com/blog/?p=580#comment-23447 Provisionally agreeable; however, humanity along with all life is also distinguished by our existance in an ever changing universe that has a tendency to extinguish the same as does the planet itself. All of our technology is worthless if we're not here to enjoy it; and if anything, science has taught me that Gods do not exist : ( Provisionally agreeable; however, humanity along with all life is also distinguished by our existance in an ever changing universe that has a tendency to extinguish the same as does the planet itself. All of our technology is worthless if we’re not here to enjoy it; and if anything, science has taught me that Gods do not exist : (

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Comment on A Manifestivus by Brian http://plebiandesign.com/blog/?p=580&cpage=1#comment-23411 Brian Wed, 17 Nov 2010 14:06:59 +0000 http://plebiandesign.com/blog/?p=580#comment-23411 Yeah. Let's get it! How do I post a blog on here? Yeah. Let’s get it!
How do I post a blog on here?

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Comment on One Minute Per Day instructions, b1 by dan http://plebiandesign.com/blog/?p=552&cpage=1#comment-21830 dan Tue, 02 Nov 2010 21:44:18 +0000 http://plebiandesign.com/blog/?p=552#comment-21830 for windows users, i finally got around to trying out jeison's rework. installed cygwin. http://www.cygwin.com/ installed irfanview , http://www.irfanview.com/ (instead of imagemagick or scrot) installed ffmpeg (http://ffmpeg.arrozcru.org/) then a little of messing around with script to get it happy. i also installed emacs as a text editor. a usefull command is dos2unix.exe which you can run on any text file to clean it off many of the annoying carraige return characters that get left around by windows and cause problems when running scripts in cygwin. for windows users, i finally got around to trying out jeison’s rework.

installed cygwin. http://www.cygwin.com/
installed irfanview , http://www.irfanview.com/ (instead of imagemagick or scrot)
installed ffmpeg (http://ffmpeg.arrozcru.org/)

then a little of messing around with script to get it happy. i also installed emacs as a text editor.

a usefull command is dos2unix.exe which you can run on any text file to clean it off many of the annoying carraige return characters that get left around by windows and cause problems when running scripts in cygwin.

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Comment on One Minute Per Day instructions, b1 by Zeitgeist NYC Panel discussion, Tuesday, 19 October, 7pm « Plainfront.com/Dan Paluska http://plebiandesign.com/blog/?p=552&cpage=1#comment-20784 Zeitgeist NYC Panel discussion, Tuesday, 19 October, 7pm « Plainfront.com/Dan Paluska Fri, 22 Oct 2010 16:18:04 +0000 http://plebiandesign.com/blog/?p=552#comment-20784 [...] making timelpase movies of my computer screen and timelapse movies of my life. Computer screen: http://plebiandesign.com/blog/?p=552 Life: <a href="http://youtube.com/usemoreproduct “>http://youtube.com/usemoreproduct and a ten minute excerpt from a movie compilation i [...] [...] making timelpase movies of my computer screen and timelapse movies of my life. Computer screen: http://plebiandesign.com/blog/?p=552 Life: <a href="http://youtube.com/usemoreproduct “>http://youtube.com/usemoreproduct and a ten minute excerpt from a movie compilation i [...]

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Comment on One Minute Per Day instructions, b1 by dan http://plebiandesign.com/blog/?p=552&cpage=1#comment-20669 dan Thu, 21 Oct 2010 21:28:28 +0000 http://plebiandesign.com/blog/?p=552#comment-20669 mac users can use macport for both ffmpeg and imagemagick install. much easier than ffmpeg install described above. mac users can use macport for both ffmpeg and imagemagick install.
much easier than ffmpeg install described above.

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Comment on Kinesthetic Sculpture by Caramoan&nbsp; http://plebiandesign.com/blog/?p=215&cpage=1#comment-20521 Caramoan&nbsp; Wed, 20 Oct 2010 21:13:13 +0000 http://plebiandesign.com/blog/?p=215#comment-20521 my kids just love to jump all day lon on trampolines, they are addicted to it-"* my kids just love to jump all day lon on trampolines, they are addicted to it-”*

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