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Posted · Making Time Lapse Videos with the Ultimaker 3

Hi @Harry Plotter,

 

I can figure it out! thank you!!!! will post the video soon!
 

Best,

Zaqi

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Posted · Making Time Lapse Videos with the Ultimaker 3

Hi @Harry Plotter,

 

I can figure it out! thank you so much for your help! will upload the video soon

Best,

Zaqi

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Posted (edited) · Making Time Lapse Videos with the Ultimaker 3

It an older topic, but in case someone don't want to use Python 3, it is really easy to "port" it to Python 2. There are only 4 lines to change and it runs well with Python 2.x.

 

Here is a diff of the changes:

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< from six.moves import urllib
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> from urllib.request import urlopen
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<     response = urllib.request.urlopen(imgurl)
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>     response = urlopen(imgurl)
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<     f = open(filename,'wb')
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>     f = open(filename,'bw')
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<     print("Print progress: %s Image: %05i\r" % (progress(), count))
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>     print("Print progress: %s Image: %05i" % (progress(), count), end='\r')

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Posted · Making Time Lapse Videos with the Ultimaker 3

From Windows command line:

set PYTHONPATH=%PYTHONPATH%;C:\My_python_lib

To set the PYTHONPATH permanently, add the line to your autoexec.bat. Alternatively, if you edit the system variable through the System Properties, it will also be changed permanently.

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