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[MOD] Camera_Mod Bitrate/FPS/Image Quality - 7|27|14

5th November 2014, 11:15 PM |#91  
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Originally Posted by subwoffer13

is there any way to keep the higher FPS (1080 X1920 60 ) in low light con. ( of course with a grainier picture ) (


or any way to tweak a slo - mo ability to a better quality ? ( compared to iphone the slo mo is total crap and idk why ....)

Any news on this?
I don't mind getting somewhat darker video, just as long as it's smooth 60fps
 
 
11th November 2014, 09:10 AM |#92  
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Has anyone tried to increase FPS on 720p even further than 120fps? What was max FPS?
12th November 2014, 04:46 AM |#93  
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Seems to be incompatible with 20A
14th November 2014, 10:37 AM |#94  
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It's Huuuuuge!!!
After the XML files etc have been copied, I didn't know how big the file size was after I went to view the details of the Video. The size is ENORMOUS. I went from about 500MB for an 8 minute 1080p video to 2.5Gb. And that's not even the 60fps one. It's the standard 30fps 1080p video. The bit rate was increased but 10mb/s but the file size has gone ballistic. I know you won't notice too much, if any difference between the bit rates, but you'll definitiely notice that all the memory in your phone has depleted.

Am I able to revert the bit rate back to 30 Mb/s while still retaining the 60fps profile. I just need the normal FHD 30fps videos to go back to normal file size. NOT 3HR FHD video size. For 8 minutes...Damn.
15th November 2014, 01:08 AM |#95  
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6th December 2014, 01:12 AM |#96  
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Originally Posted by bunchies

This mod only contains modified values to media_profiles.xml, We have already seen this posted but they seem to no longer work so im posting one here
Suggestions for improvements are helpful, Some of these values ive tested a bit higher but this is a good starting point
I am not responsible for dead phones/bricks or any sort of bad thing this mod could ever cause

Things You Need:

  • Rooted LG G3
  • File Manager with root access (i use ES File Manager)
  • The MOD

How To Install:
  • Extract the ZIP
  • Use a file manager to Copy/Paste & overwrite the media_profiles.xml to the "/system/etc/" directory
  • Make sure the media_profiles.xml has permissions set to "rw- r-- r--"
  • Reboot

Current Features:
  • 4K bitrate increased from 30mbps to 40mbps
  • Image compression set to 100
  • 1080p bitrate increased from 30mbps to 40mbps
  • 1080p FPS increased 30fps to 60fps

I will be uploading both the MOD & Stock zips
I have not tested the flashable zip

So I flashed it through recovery but I dont tell a difference in the camera app and image quality?
19th December 2014, 07:34 PM |#97  
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This mod work in lollipop?
19th December 2014, 07:49 PM |#98  
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Originally Posted by dex.

to show the 60 next to the resolution the file /system/etc/camera_config.xml needs to show the @60 options.


e.g.

<item name="video_size_rear_supported"> 3840x2160, 1920x1080@60, 1920x1080, 1280x720, 1280x720@120, 640x480, 320x240, 176x144 </item>

and further down

<item name="video_size_front_supported"> 1920x1080@60, 1920x1080, 1280x720, 640x480, 320x240, 176x144 </item>

and remember to set the file back to 644 after editing...

I cant find these options in the xml file anywhere. Are these values that need to be changed somewhere or ADDED to the xml altogether? Either way, can you please or someone else who knows where they are, post a screenshot of where to look in the xml file to change or add these? Because Im totally lost as to where to look, thanks in advance.

Edit: I was looking in the MEDIA profiles xml file, not the camera one like you said. I found what I was looking for, thanks!
Last edited by mistermidas; 19th December 2014 at 07:52 PM.
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