Re-adjustment of recordings

Due to mechanical leeway or external factors like weather, it is inevitable that the camera angle possibly slips slightly between two or more images at different points in time. However, this is not a problem because the images can be adjusted for slippage in a few steps:

  1. Select a time lapse recording (or tile sequence) in the admin section.
  2. Move the cursor to the first point in time of the timeline in the information section. The corresponding image will appear in the replay section.
  3. Select an arbitrary (distinctive) point in the image that shall be used as a fixing point. Move the tip of the mouse cursor to this fixing point and set this fixing point with a double left click. A small red circle will appear. Your individual fixing point will automatically be added in the same position to all images of the time lapse recording.
    Note: Over time the fixing point should have the same relative position in the monitored area.
  4. Move to the next point in time to verify whether the chosen fixing point is in the position you have chosen. If this is not the case, adjust the fixing point for this image at this point in time. Position the mouse cursor in the replay section and use the arrow keys of your keyboard, so that the fixing point encircles the selected (distinctive) point of the image again. Once the fixing point is in the right position, the image of the next point in time can be reviewed and, if required, this step repeated. The changes are automatically saved when you move to another point in time on the timeline.
    Note: If the image does not change its position when clicking the arrow keys, perform a single right click with your mouse in the replay section.