Am Sonntag, 8. April 2018, 07:07:05 CEST schrieb ternaryd:
> I've been looking for a way to be able to
> display an image I just shot. This is not what
> is usually understood by wireless 'tethering'; I
> want to continue to use my camera. It's just to
> be able to see the result on a larger screen.
> Nikon's networking isn't worth mentioning, so I
> finally hit on the recently apparently defunct
> eye-fi, which seems to have support by Nikon.
> This isn't ideal, because these cards are very
> small and slow, but for some situations, it
> might be OK. I didn't yet figure out to make
> the eyefiserver work on linux, but I guess I'll
> do so eventually.

While I have no experience with the eye-fi cards I do have a Transcend WiFi 
card. I use small script that checks the card for newly added files every 
(few) seconds via its web api and downloads them into a configurable folder. 
Then there is a second script [0] running that watches that folder and imports 
newly added files into a running darktable. Quite crude and with lots of 
potential for optimizations, but it kind of works. For speed reasons I only 
fetch JPEGs over the air so I have to remember to tell my camera to shoot 

> My question is, if there is some support by
> darktable for this. The eveyfiserver has an
> option allowing to run a program every time a
> new file has arrived. I could imagine another
> option besides darktable's 'tethering' entering
> such a mode to show that image in darktroom. Of
> course, a new commandline option would be
> needed, such that eyefiserver can inform a
> running darktable instance that the file is now
> available at a given pathname. It would break a
> bit darktable's philosophy, as I wouldn't
> expect that image to belong to any film roll or
> collection. I'd prefer to do that later when
> importing the images properly. It's mainly for
> instant visualization and the possibility to
> check the behaviour of some tools and that
> image.
> Or is there a better solution to this?
> Thanks,



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