Don’t throw your dash-cam videos out!
An easy to use and fast way to convert your dash-cam videos into timelapse videos
If you have a sport camera or a dash-cam and want to create timelapse, remove sound and audio, and easily speed up/down your DashCam videos taken by any Sport/DSLR/Mobile Camera, you are reading the right article!
The tool is ready to use and just the parameters to be passed to, link to the files and project on GitHub is provided below, and installation and execution instructions are documented both here and on the Git repository.
Link to the repository: https://github.com/soja-soja/DashCam
[fileType= mp4] [ speed= 4 ] [ frameRate= 30 ]
- make sure you have ffmpeg installed on your system.
- Download the DashCamPipeline.sh and copy it in a folder of your choice (we call it DC_Home)
- Open terminal in that folder, ctrl+alt+t and cd to DC_Home, Now run these commands:
chmod +x DashCamPipeline.sh
- Put all your Video files in ./DO folder, pass the file extension as the first parameter and desirable speed rate as the second input and Run it:
./DashCamPipeline.sh mp4 1
to just simply remove the audio and concatenate all videos with mp4 format
./DashCamPipeline.sh mp4 5
to remove the audio and speed up (5X) and concatenate all videos with mp4 format
./DashCamPipeline.sh avi 5
to remove the audio and speed up (5X) and concatenate all videos with avi format
./DashCamPipeline.sh avi 5 60
to remove the audio and speed up (5X) and original FrameRate is 60 fps and concatenate all videos with avi format
to remove the audio and speed up (4X) and assume videos are 30fps and concatenate all videos with mp4 format – Default
Enjoy your output file in /Final folder.