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Using Live View – GPU Mode

Using the new live view GPU Mode? GPU Mode has better live view features and analysis tools than non-GPU mode.  You can change the mode in the Preferences screen, Live View tab.  Here is a summary of the differences: – Use the new GPU mode if you are using high […]

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Stop Motion

You can capture the images neccessary to create a stop motion video. ControlMyNikon does not compile the captured images into a video, however. Preparation – Set up the Folder and File-naming settings in the body tab. – If you plan on saving scenes to different folders, consider creating a profile […]

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Motion Detection

You can trigger the shutter, start a script or record video by detecting motion in live view. Note: The motion trigger works only when using the non-GPU live view mode. Note: The following video tutorial shows the pre-5.4 method for setting up motion detection.  The controls in the Motion tab […]

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Recording Video

Note: If your body has the ability to record video, the video record button will be visible in live view.  If it is not visible, then your camera body is of an earlier body which does not support tethered movie recording. The video dimensions and format must be set in […]

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Using Live View – Non-GPU Mode

Using the new live view GPU Mode? GPU Mode has better live view features and analysis tools than non-GPU mode.  You can change the mode in the Preferences screen, Live View tab.  Here is a summary of the differences: – Use the new GPU mode if you are using high […]

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Capturing Images

Tutorial Video – Capturing Images ControlMyNikon allows you to adjust certain camera settings and initiate image capture by the following methods. – Press the shutter release button on the camera body. – Click the Capture, Shoot or AF and Shoot button in ControlMyNikon. – Keyboard shortcuts – Web Trigger – […]

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