I have motion detection running to record 10 frames (changeable) with an interval of 75ms. So any movement can be converted to a movie with Yawcam.
There are ways to automate this out of Yawcam. You'll need to search. I have, but not knowledgeable enough to type it here. You can send the pics to your own website and have code/program on the website so that anyone (or just you) can visit the site and hit play and the website and coding will automatically convert the pics to video.
I've seen people do this through their weather websites. (Check the forum at sandaysoft.com - I'm a member there)
Probably at lot easier to automate on your own computer. I'm just about to do this - thanks for the reminder
I run my own weather site on my computer. A lot of the automated .jpg to movie are used for timelapse stuff (photo's of weather) but I want to use it to put motion shots into movie - full of action! Good for security. Have a movie of the latest movements available offsite (or on).
By the way, Yawcam does have a feature (does now anyway) to take photo's every x minutes.