The timelapse for the raspberry pi camera (v2) renders out at 680x480. Regardless of any settings I change in the /boot/octopi.txt file. The settings do take effect, I can rotate and change frame rates of the stream. I've hooked up a usb camera to the pi, and obtained 1080p timelapses right off the bat.
I discovered OctoPrint a couple days ago, and was up and running in no time. But I can't get high quality lapses.
The webcam works perfectly fine with:
camera_usb_options="-r 1920x1080 -f 10"
I've experimented with all sorts of settings for the rpi-cam, for example"
camera_raspi_options="-r 1920x1080 -fps 15 -q 100 -rot 0"
camera_raspi_options="-md 3 -fps 10 -rot 0"
I do have to use -rot 0 because for some odd reason, when I adjust the resolution (anything larger than 640x480), the camera zooms in and rotates the screen. Using -rot 0 re-orientates the stream, and the view fits inside the stream window again. I've even tried using different shooting modes for the raspi-cam, like in the second example above, -md 3. I forced it to shoot in 4:3 instead of 16:9, but that didn't help either.
There was one notable test were I didn't rotate it back, and left it zoomed. The timelapse was also zoomed and same orientation (still 640x480).
The webcam is a bit heavy (~40g+), and I would prefer to use the raspi cam (~2g) on my printer bed.
Any suggestions? Is there a little setting I'm missing somewhere?
RPi Camera v2
Additional Webcam: Logitech c920