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Hi releasing a quick kernel to test the camera quality
Compiled for Android jellybean 4.2.1 & 4.2.2
Ive tested it needs more modified but ive activated high profile & level.

For testing the boot.img boot in fasboot mode in terminal via fastboot boot boot.img

Test and post results thank you

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OMXCodec: [OMX.qcom.video.decoder.avc] AVC profile = 100 (High), level = 51, ive changed kernel and set the level to 4 for now.
High profile avc h.264 has been achieved along with changing of profile level upto 5.1.
Now my focus/attention is on FPS attempting to achieve 60FPS recording

This is a quick kernel based off motleys for testing purposes on camera quality so thank you motley!

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Downloads:


Changelog:

V0.1 initial release
Activated AVC H.264 High profile
Level now set to 4 on AVC

V0.2


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Interesting.
So this kernel has everything from Motley, plus your Camera modification?

And what kind of feedback do you want us to report?

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I've downloaded and will flash later. Will give you feedback.

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Log tells me its set to high and level 4 so thats a definite but i might need to modify more to get it running good also ive attempted to get it running at 60fps camera does look smooth to me, but need confirmation of camera quality and smoothness improvement, didnt have time so couldnt check the fps of video i made

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Since it is for testing a I recommend a

"fastboot boot boot.img" to test without flashing, just in case something goes bad, then you just need to reboot.

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Flash went well. Going to try some pics and video and then compare to stock and let you know. Colors need adjusting, does this support gamma changes?

---------- Post added at 10:08 AM ---------- Previous post was at 09:58 AM ----------

It does support gamma changes. Just restored my display settings. Now to test out the camera.

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Log tells me its set to high and level 4 so thats a definite but i might need to modify more to get it running good also ive attempted to get it running at 60fps camera does look smooth to me, but need confirmation of camera quality and smoothness improvement, didnt have time so couldnt check the fps of video i made

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Image quality looks good. Recording looks smooth. How can I check the fps on the video?

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How can I check the fps on the video?
If you're using MPC HC just press CTRL-J during playback, I'm curious to hear if frame rate is close to 60, it will be very nice breakthrough, in theory, hardware supports this...
 
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1080p video is at 30.77 fps. Let me take a 720 video and check that now.

---------- Post added at 11:04 AM ---------- Previous post was at 10:58 AM ----------

720 is at 27 fps.

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