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Hopfully I am not asking a dumb question here. I have been using BYE to acquire frames for an overnight timelapse, what I have found in the last two nights has been the session ending earlier than I expected.
The basic settings.
BYE 3.1, Windows XP and a Canon 350D camera. The imaging session is a simple loop exposure, camera on manual, 15 seconds exposure time at ISO 1600, 5 seconds delay. It all seems to work perfectly until at some random point it simply stops, the entry in the logfile is simply "2017-09-10 05:17:10,796 [Main] INFO - Imaging session completed successfully" which is exactly what it says (With a different timestamp of course) if you abort the session.
When it happened the first time I assumed that I must have accidentally clicked on the abort button when waking the screen (I have the PC outside running over an Ethernet connection, keeping tabs on it using Teamviewer to remote into it) I know that it was not an accidental click this time as I left it alone completely.
Is there a simple limit on session time or on number of exposures?
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