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comment Showing the coordinates on a plot in TraditionalForm
@JunhoLee: Thanks Junho. Your comment somehow solved the problem. See my update please.
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comment Creating time-lapse movies with Mathematica
Surely that's useful. As I mentioned in my comment below the question, if the camera shakes, you need a shake reduction algorithm too. This was not the case for me. I used a fixed tripod to take the shots. My other concern was performance, but I can say I am quite happy with the performance of your library. I don't have any other program for comparison but I think because your library is just a wrapper for windows API (written in C/C++ and tuned for performance) it's pretty fast.
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comment Creating time-lapse movies with Mathematica
Thanks Simon. I used the precompiled DLL and it solved the issue.
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comment Creating time-lapse movies with Mathematica
@Szabolcs: The reason I want to use Mathematica is that I failed to use free tools such as ffmpeg and avconv. I thought there might be a simple way to use Mathematica to get the job done since my project is relativly small. Anyways, I agree with you that Mathematica is not the best tool. Aside from the speed and memory issues, sophisticated time-lapse software does a lot of interframe processing for shake reduction and exposure compensation to improve the output video.
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comment Creating time-lapse movies with Mathematica
Do you have any idea how to fix it?
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comment Creating time-lapse movies with Mathematica
Thanks Simon for the answer. I have VS 2013 installed, but I get the following error: CreateLibrary::cmperr: "Compile error: "C:\\ Program Files (x86)\\ Windows Kits \\ 8.0\\ include \\ um \\ propvarutil.h(20) : fatal error C1083: Cannot open include file: 'shlwapi.h': No such file or directory"
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comment MATLAB to Mathematica: coneplot
Why Last /@ Last /@ data is all zeros?
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