ZS100 Time Lapse Feature - When Battery Dies?
I've been using the Time Lapse feature on my ZS100 and occasionally it is on for so long that the battery gives out. When I put a fresh battery in, the camera asks if I want to continue the Time Lapse and I say yes, it continues along, but, when it comes time to render the video in-camera, the photos are apparently split into two file sets, so I can't render the time lapse of the entire event. Does anyone know if there is a way to combine all the images, before and after battery change, so that I can get one complete video? It seems like since it is asking if I want to continue, it's implying to me that it means for the same event. I know when I turn the camera off (like during periods of inactivity of my time lapse subject), when I turn the camera on it will resume the time lapse and render a single video including all the images captured, even after turning the camera off and back on. Just not when I have to change the battery.
I've only played with time lapse rendering in-camera...is there a way to do it within Panasonic software somehow? Of some kind of free-ware you'd recommend? Sometimes I would like to cull images, or perhaps add duplicate images to make the time lapse of certain events captured run longer in the video.
Thanks for any help,
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