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Hyplerlapse converter for SRT files?

Bugs10

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Greetings!
I'm wanting to get all the Hyperlapse photos I took on DJI Mavic Enterprise Dual. The files are in .SRT format now and I want to see all the photos that were captured and make them into a video, I'm having a heart attack at the moment thinking these are not pictures at all? Still searching but any help is appreciated for this greenhorn! Thanks!
 

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I had no idea what SRT files were; but 30 seconds in Google search has revealed to me that SRT files contain GPS tag data.

Nope; those are *not* image or video files.
 

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I'm starting to come to that realization and I'm hyperventilating. I can't find all the Interval photos, set it for 60 sec and let them click away, no were to be found??!?!?? Thanks for looking!
 

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I had no idea what SRT files were; but 30 seconds in Google search has revealed to me that SRT files contain GPS tag data.

Nope; those are *not* image or video files.
Have you used the Interval photo settings? They would be a JEPG wouldn't they?
SRT files are subtitle files used in video editing. No images.🙁
Thanks, I'm crushed not having the images. Where are the Interval images stored would be my follow-up question? They're gone, not Internal, SD Card, just gone. The photos were being taken according to the controller so I'm at a complete loss? Thanks again, I'm going to go rock in the corner.
 

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Your time might be more wisely spent reading the manual.

We may be able to help with some more information: What app did you use to fly, what device is that app running on, how exactly did you take these photos (did you use a specific camera mode?).

On my android phone, I find full-sized jpg's here: "...myphone\DJI\dji.go.v4\DJI Album" (but no dng photos here).
 

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Your time might be more wisely spent reading the manual.

We may be able to help with some more information: What app did you use to fly, what device is that app running on, how exactly did you take these photos (did you use a specific camera mode?).

On my android phone, I find full-sized jpg's here: "...myphone\DJI\dji.go.v4\DJI Album" (but no dng photos here).
Reading about the DJI Interval Image captures, I did not get to the granular level of where the images are stored, even when I have my SD card as the default? I do appreciate the extensive learning curve I've bitten off and will absolutely take your advice!
Using the DJI smart controller, DJI Pilot app, in the setting options I set the image capture at 60-second intervals, the controller was showing the images being taken as the count down happened, so I was under the impression all was well.
When I couldn't locate the JPG files on the SD card on the computer, I plugged the card back into the drone and connected it to the computer in hopes that I could see the pictures that way, no joy.
Went back out last night and tried interval pics again, still can't locate the little stinkers. More research to go.
 
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Ajkm, Thank you so much, this is exactly what my problem is and I am going through all the information. This is great, thanks for the resources!!!!
 

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