I had questionable conditions today (SSM around 1.5 to 2.5 and a slight cloud layer) but I am sure most you saw the huge arch prominence so I decided to give it a try and I am quite pleased as this thing was really moving.
This animation is 250 frames every 30 seconds for 30 minutes with my Lunt 50 DS + 178MM + 2x barlow.
Very cool to watch this one unfold. I think it looks like a cow or horse grazing.
This was done with a new version of Solar Live View that fixed a problem with the animation frames being unnecessarily noisy. They look alot better now.
And here is a screenshot showing SharpCap in the upper left, SLV in the upper right and the animation window in the lower right.