Altami PhotoKit-application enables shooting in automatic mode. The user sets the number of frames to shoot and the time interval between the end of the previous frame and the beginning of the next one (Fig. 20). Auto shooting can be interrupted (Fig. 21), all taken by this time, the frames will be saved. The maximum interval between two subsequent frames is 99 hours 59 minutes 59 seconds. You can set the interval to 0 seconds, in which case each subsequent frame will be shot as soon as the camera is ready to shoot.
Fig. 20 Auto shooting control
Fig. 21 Application view during auto shooting
The Auto shootingbox tells about the possibility of using auto shooting.
The Number of frames field specifies the number of frames to shoot during the shooting session.
The Interval field specifies the amount of time between the end of the previous shot and the beginning of the next shot during auto shooting.
If the Open folder with files check box is selected, the program will open the folder with the newly saved photos after the auto shooting is completed.
If Complete the application check box is selected, the program completes its work (closed) after the auto shooting is completed.
If the Turn off computer check box is selected, the program will shut down the computer (turn off the computer) after the auto shooting is completed. This action is useful for long shooting. When you select the check box, the program will ask for confirmation of the action (Fig. 22).
Fig. 22 Confirmation of shutdown the computer after auto shooting
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