I use Entangle obsessively for focus stacking sessions, in conjunction with a Stackshot rail and ZereneStacker. Very pleaded. So. Question: can I tether a video stream, from a Nikon? Probably not. But I had to ask.

Questions about plugins

Hi,
I like entangle very much and will use it for running a fotobox.

I installed Version 0.7.0 from the packages of Ubuntu 16.04.1 LTS (Xenial Xerus). Unfortunable the directories of the plugins contain only some schemes but no python-code. So the plugins are not available. Where do I find the zip-file to the photobox-plugin? Otherwise I must build entangle from source-code.

Exist a method to show the filmstrip with thumbnails sideways (left or right) instead at the bottom of the screen? For the fotobox I need only the main image and the filmstrip. Up to now I got the filmstrip at bottom and therefore black spaces at both sides. The main image could be increased, when the filmstrip is displayed sideways (up to down).

Thanks in advance.

Rudolf

Hola, me encanta entangle!
Tengo un problema con los plugins. Estoy muy interesado en photobox pero al ir a Edición, Preferencias, plugins, la lista esta vacía.
Como puedo solucionarlo. Soy nuevo en linux.

Hi, im sorry but i have another quetsion related to the plugin interface.
I would like to know if there is any form of documentation for the methods and properties that get exposed through gObject introspection? For example i would like to active the live preview programmatically but i dont find the right method from the camera manager. The Gir File didn't helped very much.

thx in advance

Hi, i recently got into Entangle because i want to use it for a diy photobox.
I was very happy when i saw that there is also a plugin for this use-case but i want to expand it to fit my needs.
So can someone please explain me how i can build my edited python plugin. I'm fairly new to python and the whole linux build tools.

thx in advance.


Recently built a new Linux box, which included entangle 0.0.1
I think this is the version I used to have.

But the interface is different. Perhaps I just don't know how to configure it. I now have camera settings as four vertical arrows with expanded or hidden contents, with shutter speed, F-stop and ISO all in different dropdowns, when they used to be all close together in the same convenient menu.

This new "camera controls" layout is bad for my teeth. Is it possible to reconfigure something, to get the earlier, simpler menu system back?

Nikon D700

uname -a
mybox 3.19.0-32-generic #37~14.04.1-Ubuntu SMP Thu Oct 22 09:41:40 UTC 2015 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

installed from
apt-get install entangle on Mint Linux

I use entangle in conjuction with a StackShot focusing rail from Cognisys, controlled by ZereneStacker. All of which is a very good system. Or it used to be.

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FYI, I created a convenient copr repository with the GIMP 2.9.2 development release for Fedora 23 / rawhide, since the current 2.9.1 GIT snapshot build provided by Ryan Lerch was proving a little too crashy. https://copr.fedorainfracloud.org/coprs/berrange/gimp-goat-invasion/

Hi, I still wonder if there will be any support for Olympus OMD and E series in the foreseeable future.

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I have had entangle for a week, was wondering if there is any way to use for time lapses... this would be awesome I already love entangle though but I use time lapses alot.
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