This is not possible directly in Obseron, but it can be done with an outside command or program.
On Linux, for example:
curl -o image.jpg "http://admin:admin@localhost:80/camera/?id=b50973cd-2dfc-498f-b78f-ab2d5563d90c&width=320&height=240"
This command will download a 320x240 resolution image from the camera whose UUID has been given as an ID parameter. This is done with the curl program that is usually pre-installed in Linux and Mac systems. The image is downloaded from the Obseron web server and saved into the image.jpg file.
The image can also be taken directly from the network camera with the right HTTP path.
To save multiple images in the same folder, the images must be saved with an unique name so it does not get overwritten. For this a timestamp can be used on the filename. If that is done, it may be wise to have a script or scheduled task set up for clearing out old images, so the whole disk isn't filled up.
On Windows, a 3rd party program can be used to get the images and save them with a date in the filename. For example NirSoft SeqDownload is a program for automatically downloading images from a URL.
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