Disable EIS in configuration to use front camera video and remember to enable it after, maybe it works; the problem must be the EISV2 stream config for video but that's the best config to get good and stable video.Hello, installed last version of this gcam mode on my Poco X3 Nfc (official pixel experience rom). Everything is ok except the front camera's video recording. It's just freeze with black screen when choosing video recording mode with front facing camera. Any solutions? Thanks
Open GCam Developer Settings and enable camera.p20_lens_setup. This should allow you to use video mode on front camera even if EIS is enabled on back camera. Otherwise you must set Video stream config to OFF.Hello, installed last version of this gcam mode on my Poco X3 Nfc (official pixel experience rom). Everything is ok except the front camera's video recording. It's just freeze with black screen when choosing video recording mode with front facing camera. Any solutions? Thanks
The saturation issue you are experiencing in low light is due to a problem with AWB Off. Although it is not a consistent issue, it does occur occasionally. In order to fix this, all you have to do is simply turn on Google AWB by enabling the AWB On button from drop-down menu. But first make sure to follow these steps: open GCam settings > Advanced > AWB Config > Enable AWB Mode toggle and select the appropriate white-balance models for your back and front cameras. Enabling the AWB Mode toggle will activate the AWB Off/On buttons in the drop-down menu. Now you will be able to turn AWB Off and On (will deactivate or activate the white-balance models set in AWB Config) whenever needed. I recommend using AWB Off in good light and AWB On in low light.
Also do know that saturation on 8.1 version is higher by default compared to previous 7.x and 6.x versions due to the new Google lib. To match the saturation level of previous GCam versions, simply set Saturation to 0.750 in Ram Patcher.
The slight overexposure issue you are experiencing can be fixed by following these steps: Open GCam settings > Advanced > Ram Patcher > Dehazed should be set between 0.875 and 1.375 (try and see which value produces the best result). Alternatively you can try the same value for HDR_overall_lightness and Shadow/Light intensity, and you can also limit Max ISO to 1000.
Use HDR+ Enhanced with Medium quality (make sure Image Quality is enabled in drop-down menu: open Developer Settings and search for camera.optbar.frame_enabled > must be marked).
Let's make this work on LG V40. Plzz!!Version 6
based on google camera 8.1.101:
Finally a stable version:
- Many new features
- Optimizations and better management of codes.
- Added AUX mode with button detection
- Everything can be set in Advanced menu > Auxiliary, Stream config, Ram patcher, Noise modele, custom lib, xml
- Fixed several bugs
Tested on my devices and works well
Oneplus3T, Oneplus5T, Oneplus6, Oneplus7Pro, Oneplus7tPro, Oneplus8Pro, Oneplus8T, S20 Ultra, Poco x2, Poco x3, Redmi Note 7 Pro, Zenfone6
A big thank you to a whole team of dev
BSG, Eszdman, Savitar, Zoran, cstark27, Urnyx05, Wichaya, r0m10, Julian Tsependa ,AndreyZo ,I_User_X, overwhelmer, UltraM8, RealJohnGalt, Wyroczen, MarcoChr, Abhi Shake, archesolus, TlnNeun, namok, fu24, Marcello, Tadi777 and more
Custom Lib by r0m10, Julian Tsependa ,AndreyZo ,I_User_X:
Problem with OEM and AUX
GoogleDrive : Ruler_GCam_6.210329.0034build-8.1.101.apk
GoogleDrive : Snap_GCam_6.210329.0153build-8.1.101.apk
No-AUX-Mod for google
GoogleDrive : NoAux_GCam_6.210329.0037build-8.1.101.apk
List of devices activated for this version
OneplusNord, Oneplus8T, Oneplus8Pro, Oneplus7Pro, Oneplus7tPro, S20 Ultra, Poco x3, Redmi Note 7 Pro, Zenfone6
Mi9TPro, Mi 10 ultra, Mi Note 10 pro, Mi Note 10 lite, Mi 10, Redmi Note 9 Pro, Oppo Find x2 Pro, Realmex2pro
redfin Pixel5, bramble Pixel4a(5G), sunfish Pixel4a, coral Pixel4XL, flame Pixel4, bonito Pixel3aXL, sargo Pixel3a, crosshatch Pixel3XL, blueline Pixel3, taimen Pixel2XL, walleye Pixel2
OnePlus 8, Mi9, S10 Lite, S20 plus, ROG Phone 3, Zenfone 7 Pro, Poco M2 Pro/Redmi Note 9S, Mi9T/RedmiK20
Oneplus3/3T, Oneplus5/5T, Oneplus6/6T, Oneplus7/7T/7Pro 5G, Oppo Reno 10x, Mi9T/RedmiK20, Realme6, Realme 7 Pro, S10 plus, S20 FE, S8, A71, S A70, S9+,Razer, S21u,MI Mix3 , Mix2s, MI 11
Open GCam Developer Settings and unmark camera.artemis and camera.artemis_portrait.Anyone having problems with autofocus? If I change composition, phone will refocus, but if i manually select different point of image, it doesnt seem to react. S20 FE 5g.
It's perfect working for me on the X3 on pe March 15build. Just checked, I have video stabilization enabled tooHello, installed last version of this gcam mode on my Poco X3 Nfc (official pixel experience rom). Everything is ok except the front camera's video recording. It's just freeze with black screen when choosing video recording mode with front facing camera. Any solutions? Thanks
Yes. I'm assuming you're seeking for brighter or better exposed photos. Open Developer Settings and do the changes described below:Can you increase the exposure time using the Ram Patcher?
Thank you for the quick reply. I did have Instantaneous HDR+ turned on (it's so convenient!) but I just turned it off and things do appear to be working better, thanks for the suggestion. I'll circle back if I still have any issues.
I don't think it's the camera module-- I just switched from OxygenOS Pie to LOS 17.1 a couple weeks ago, and that's exactly when the problems started.
I'm surprised that we don't have a way to control thermal mitigation on a per-app basis in Android 10. That would be a really nice feature!
[Additional tips below]
Open Ram Patcher and turn on Disable dehaze toggle for better exposure in the shadows or alternatively you can simply lower Dehazed to 0.625. Doing so will flatten your photos quite a bit and you will lose contrast and depth. Contrast also affects sharpness and edge definition, making objects to pop out more compared to flatter images with less contrast. Dehaze toggle and Dehazed are useful in more difficult lighting conditions for recovering shadows, but in strong daylight it is better to turn off Dehaze toggle and use a value between 0.875 and 1.250 for Dehazed, so as to prevent photos from going soft especially when shooting against strong backlight.
HDR_overall_lightness and Shadow/Light intensity control the overall brightness of an image, the first one being more aggressive, while the latter one being more subtle. You can increase any of them to 1.125 or more for better exposure (not too much though, because highlights will be clipped).
Output formats: [RAW_SENSOR, JPEG, PRIVATE, YUV_420_888, RAW_PRIVATE, RAW10]