The node saves a snapshot in
jpg format, along with the Pipeline metadata contained in that frame, as a files API object.
Files created by this node are also listed in the Console under the Deployment detail page.
This node creates 2 files for every snapshot it saves:
Media file (JPEG format), named
snapshot1-2023-01-20T083909.952Z.jpg. The timestamp in the file name is the creation timestamp. This file contains the media for the snapshot in jpg format.
Metadata file (JSON format) named
snapshot-2023-01-20T083909.952Z.jpg.json. This file contains the metadata for the frame contained in the media file in JSON format.
- Inputs : 1, Media Format : Raw Video
- Outputs : 1, Media Format: Raw Video
- Output Metadata : None
|Where to save snapshots & associated metadata. Options :|
|Path to save the snapshots, if |
If location is set to
|Maximum number of files to keep on local disk, when |
If this property is not set, Lumeo will continue to save till the disk fills up. If it is set, Lumeo will save to local disk in a round robin manner (overwrite the 1st file once
|Save a snapshot when this condition is met, subject to Trigger mode property below.|
The trigger expression must be a valid Dot-notation expression that operates on Pipeline Metadata and evaluates to
|AWS S3-compatible endpoint to upload to. Used when |
|AWS S3-compatible endpoint Region. Used when |
|AWS S3-compatible bucket name. Used when |
|Folder prefix within the AWS S3-compatible bucket that files will be created in. Used when |
|S3 API Key ID with write access to the specified bucket. Used when |
|S3 API Key with write access to the specified bucket.|
Updated 7 months ago