The sol 1627 sequence does have 112 thumbnail video frames (product type "K"). Unfortunately, the command sequence did not include a request for full-resolution frames to match. Note that the 10 K-type products you see for sol 1627 are really the two "XXXX" images and the eight derived images (four from each) that include a variety of color correction, linearization, and other techniques applied. The four Mastcam derived image types (also called processing codes) are DRXX, DRCV, DRLX, and DRCL. You can read about them in the data product SIS (Software Interface Specification). In the Notebook, click on the Resource tab, then choose "View documents". Select Mastcam and scroll down to the document titled "MSL_MMM_EDR_RDR_DPSIS.PDF".
Only a handful of sols have full-resolution (or higher-resolution) Mastcam movie sequences. Through the current data release, the sols are:
Type K, sols 351, 363, 368, 713, 1032, 1627, 1668, 1692, 1693, 1972
Type L, sols 363, 368, 369, 650, 713, 1032
Type M, sols 284, 284, 289, 351, 1625
The K-type sequences generally have the fewest frames per sequence. Some sols have multiple sequences.
You can find the images in the Notebook from the Search > Data form. Enter the sol, instrument, and product type, and also put the processing code "DRCX" in the Product ID box. This will restrict the number of images that are returned.
PS. Nice video. I'd like to see what you get from higher-res images.
Here's the deal: I'm trying to download these images from a video sequence, but i can only see 10 which are K type full-res (1600x1200) images, and the rest are jpeg 444 thumbnails (96x80). In the label file i can see the video was requested for 112 frames with 3 second interval. I would like to see the entire sequence in full resolution; is this because the raw transmission was made in thumbnails or is there any way i can see the full resolution images?
This is my best attempt at compiling it into a video: https://streamable.com/7nak5
You can see there are a couple high resolution images amongst the potato quality footage
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