What is the best way to set up an Axis 207MW network camera for time lapse photography?

We have an Axis 207MW network camera.  I've installed it and it works.  I can set it to record using motion detection, but I would like to set it up for time lapse photography also.  I don't see in the supplied software any easy way to do this, but perhaps I'm missing something.
Failing that, can I capture from the video stream it produces?

Thanks in advance for your thoughts!
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The simplest way to do this is to use the built in FTP option. Just send an image every x seconds to your FTP server.
After a specified time, you will have a bunch of single frame images in a directory.
Download the folder to a local drive then simply stitch them together using imovie or moviemaker, or some other flavor of movie editing software.

tsoleckiAuthor Commented:
I haven't found the built-in FTP option in either the Camera Management software nor the Camera Station software.  I'm probably looking in the wrong place.  Can you direct me?
I believe its under the SYSTEM OPTIONS tab - and you have to tick the FTP option. Once ticked, then you get all the necessary things.
I don't have a 207MW setup right now, so I can't log on and check it out.

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tsoleckiAuthor Commented:
This response from Axis Customer service'

Schedule a FTP to Upload every 5 Minutes
1: Go to Setup
2: Event Configuration
3: Click on Event Server and add a FTP Server
4: Click on Event Type and Add Schedule
5: Type in Event Name
6: Activation Time Always
7: Check box of Upload Images
8: Select upload Type = FTP
9: Choose your Primary FTP server
10: Check the circle that says Upload as long the event is active
11: On Desired Image Frequency: check the circle that says frame(s) per Hour
12: Put in 1 frame(s) per Hour
13: Click OK

tsolecki >>>Thanks for the prompt response. I'm not seeing "Event Server" in the Setup. I'm assuming you mean the camera's own setup.
I've attached a screenshot of what I see.

Day 2 :  Customer Services  

When you click upload images, you will select the upload type and click on FTP. There you will create your FTP server

tsolecki >>> OK, it didn't exactly work like this, but close enough, and I was able to set up the camera so that when I trigger an event, it will start uploading images to the FTP server.   I installed FileZilla on my PC to be the FTP server.

I've been able to load images for the last several weeks while the project was underway.

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