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By dzo, Senior Recognized Developer on 19th December 2012, 07:18 AM
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19th December 2012, 07:57 PM |#21  
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In fact, it's not available, because it's proprietary google technology that Dzo couldn't port if the app was to be a paid one. At least that's how I understand it...

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Simple port photosphere to a free(advertised) version of the app it will be installed like hot cakes

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19th December 2012, 09:34 PM |#22  
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It's great!
Rated five stars on Google Play. The only problem I had with it, is that the resolution isn't the same as the stock camera.
Other than that it's great!
Suggestion, though: What if you made it so that it goes right into the camera once you open it, and if you hit the back button, you go to the Gallery, instead of the other way around?

Anywhoo, big ups! It works wonderfully!
19th December 2012, 10:30 PM |#23  
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Also noticed that when taking videos at 1080p on the i9300 the picture is flattened, every one looks squashed. Will post examples in the morning.

Other than those two things it's really great

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20th December 2012, 05:11 AM |#24  
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Rated five stars on Google Play. The only problem I had with it, is that the resolution isn't the same as the stock camera.
Other than that it's great!
Just noticed there was a separate icon for the camera. I was at work and couldn't fiddle with it. The camera is awesome!

Big ups! It works wonderfully!

20th December 2012, 08:38 AM |#25  
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Also noticed that when taking videos at 1080p on the i9300 the picture is flattened, every one looks squashed. Will post examples in the morning.

Other than those two things it's really great

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Here are some examples from my I9300, it looks fine in on the screen while filming, but when watching the video on the phone or PC it looks like the sample. anyone else having the same issue? any help dev?

Camera at 8MP


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20th December 2012, 09:20 AM |#26  
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Here are some examples from my I9300, it looks fine in on the screen while filming, but when watching the video on the phone or PC it looks like the sample. anyone else having the same issue? any help dev?

Camera at 8MP



Video at 1080p

Odd, it doesn't do that on the One-S. Have you tried the latest version (1.0.004), I made some changes to the video preview code.

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20th December 2012, 09:28 AM |#27  
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Works good on xperia arc. well done dev
20th December 2012, 10:09 AM |#28  
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Odd, it doesn't do that on the One-S. Have you tried the latest version (1.0.004), I made some changes to the video preview code.

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thanks for the quick reply, just tested the new version (uninstalled first just incase) and 1080p is still squashed
720p works perfectly so thats good
20th December 2012, 03:26 PM |#29  
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In fact, it's not available, because it's proprietary google technology that Dzo couldn't port if the app was to be a paid one. At least that's how I understand it...

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Read this!
20th December 2012, 06:03 PM |#30  
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thanks for the quick reply, just tested the new version (uninstalled first just incase) and 1080p is still squashed
720p works perfectly so thats good

Thanks. I'll try to borrow a galaxy s3 to figure out the problem, which version do you have, the quad or the dual core?

What resolution is the squashed output? Is it 1920x1080?

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20th December 2012, 07:14 PM |#31  
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great stuff, thank you.

I'm on the quad core international version of the i9300 (S3), and yes its the 1920x1080 that comes out squashed.

The files does come out as 1920x1080, its just squashed.
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