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Layer Lapse Video and Camera Specs

Layer Lapse Video and Camera Specs


I would like to shoot a layered lapse video using Palette 3 Pro + Canvas, can I add a G-code at the end of each layer when generating or sending the G-code from Canvas?

Any suggestions on how to do this?

Also, I have a USB camera connected to the Palette 3 Pro and the video is noisy.

The specs of the camera I am using are Full HD 30 FPS, is this out of spec?

Or is it because I am using an inexpensive camera?

If these questions are in the manual, I apologize for missing them.

*We are translating from Japanese to English with a translation application.

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Hello @edage, thank you for your question. Can you also specify what printer you are using?

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The printer I use is an Ender 3 S1 pro.

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Thank you for clarifying! By having a webcam plugged into Palette 3, at the moment it can be used to monitor the printer from the Canvas dashboard.

If you are looking for full timelapse capability, you may want to consider Octolapse and connecting the camera to an RPi instead.


I understand the matter.

Thank you for your response.


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