The number of possible frames will adjust itself to the sample rate you have selected. The more you dial it up the less frames you get. Even so, you will get at least 32. Since these are scrolling, you are not likely to need much more anyway.
I noticed that the sample rate had been reduced when I was doing a 200ms/div capture. It used to sample at 1MHz per channel on each of four channels. Now it's only 250KHz. Not something most techs would notice unless they knew it could do that. However, a capture like this one is no longer possible:
http://www.autonerdz.com/cgi/yabb2/YaBB ... 1180471365
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Also posted here:
Superscope has encountered kryptonite
I do think these superpowers will be restored in the next build coming shortly.
Yes, there is a gap between captured screens. The missing data as a percentage of your capture, depends on your settings. It varies from a low of 1% to a high of about 50%.
For example, a 20s/div capture will acquire 99% of all the data with only a 1% loss between screens. A 200ms/div capture will lose about 50%.
There are things the Pico team are working on that will make this a non-issue. They keep doing things with this that have never been done before. Just wait. It will get even better
Gotta keep us spoiled brats happy
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