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Weather Station Hardware => Weather Web Cams => Topic started by: sebeclake on June 21, 2020, 12:19:32 PM

Title: IPTimelapse Weather Display Update
Post by: sebeclake on June 21, 2020, 12:19:32 PM
I had a request to add a Weather Display parser to IPTimelapse webcam software.  There is now an option on the weather tab page to read the Weather Display clientraw.txt file from a hosting server and put the weather onto a jpeg image for upload or onto a live stream.  There is also the option to read clientraw.txt from a local computer folder. 

Also, you can stream an IP camera video to YouTube or Facebook with weather data and there is a new option to stream HLS video from your home computer using Windows IIS or an Nginix server.  The software download is here: https://iptimelapse.com/iptimelapse-pro (https://iptimelapse.com/iptimelapse-pro)

-Mike
Title: Re: IPTimelapse Weather Display Update
Post by: PaulMy on June 26, 2020, 10:05:19 AM
I have downloaded the software and started to use with a new Logitech C920s Pro HD Webcam (USB) and very pleased http://www.komokaweather.com/pictures/sebec/image.jpg?06260956 (http://www.komokaweather.com/pictures/sebec/image.jpg?06260956)
Not a WD user so using my IONTARIO226 WU station for weather text.


Enjoy,
Paul
Title: Re: IPTimelapse Weather Display Update
Post by: PSJohn on July 11, 2020, 02:29:04 AM
I had a request to add a Weather Display parser to IPTimelapse webcam software.  There is now an option on the weather tab page to read the Weather Display clientraw.txt file from a hosting server and put the weather onto a jpeg image for upload or onto a live stream.  There is also the option to read clientraw.txt from a local computer folder. 
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-Mike
Thank you for adding this!   [tup]
Title: Re: IPTimelapse Weather Display Update
Post by: weatheroz on May 08, 2021, 10:21:19 PM
I'm going to have another play with it, but the version I tried last year only supported a couple of weather details, and I was also after something that I could put a 'box' over a certainly part of the image, and put the weather details in to that.

The idea is to publically hide a neighbours back verandah area, without using a privacy mask on the camera, as the camera itself provides a source of security for that neighbour if things go bad.

I like the idea of being able to put the weather text in a particular zone .  :)