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777’s are big but they’re even bigger when dropping their 100 TN payload at the fill site. We use rigid trucks when the conditions are right because they can haul over two times what our articulated trucks can at nearly 40 miles per hour.
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From a construction site we are following in Rochester, MN, let’s call this “Lot 18 build, Episode 1.” The house is already framed, but Marie decided to release this one in stages. We have one Brinno TLC 200 Pro time lapse camera mounted in a tree, this first week was recorded at a crazy 10 second interval, from 7am - 8pm. This gave us 28 minutes of footage for this one week, wow!
Marie @myold1875 was going to work up a release for today and was missing this portion of the footage. She asked me to get it to her and my jaw dropped upon the realization it was 16 GB and 28 minutes. I told her I would edit it to a manageable level, which ended up being a little over a minute and I sent it off. She popped into the stories today and informed us that I had done the work and she was going to take 15 minutes to add the final polish. So, for this one… I guess we both get editing credit. Regardless, Marie, thank you very much.
A capture every 10 seconds is too frequent for a week long project unless you want a lot of content or have some action which will take very little time. A capture every 30 seconds or minute would be much more manageable.
In this instance the client wanted to show the excavation work in detail, a capture every 10 seconds will allow Marie to give the client a nice dig video for their site. We simply left the camera running after the dig which built up the content. Since this portion, the interval has been changed to a capture a minute which is the interval we use for most of our construction videos.