I’m using timelapse, and it works fine but the issue I’m having is this:
Is continuously records nonstop, for days or weeks, and there doesn’t seem to be a way to limit that time. For example, stop recording every 12 hours and start a new timelapse. The reason I need this is because when I manually stop the timelapse myself, my CPU goes up to 100% and it will stay there indefinitely (ffmpeg.exe), I think saving/converting the timelapse into a video. I could get around this by stopping and starting the timelapse myself, but manual labour is not the point of software.
When I close ffmpeg.exe to stop CPU usage, then the timelapse is totally lost. But while it is running, I can view the entire timelapse nicely. What is the purpose of it anyways?
And more importantly, how can I set a limit to timelapse files?