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Personally i went back to GCAM v8.1 and MK+V7.3.5+FIX+4.4 config and not testing anything further. This is the most mature & stable Gcam & Config with pretty much everything working correctly including EIS. (Video Stabilization) Color rendition is natural, pictures are not oversaturated with good detail and sharpness.

Link to Gcam and config: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1miyPgiyzD5g5K7SgN-fNhaGjMYz7FiDo?usp=sharing (config for Custom ROM's NOT MIUI)


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This GCam version seems to work better than those I tried before which crashed already in the start.

I think the built-in Xiaomi's camera app is very good, but I like the option to have [email protected] video from the main lens and also [email protected] from ultra-wide-angle lens, neither which the built-in camera app can do.

By-the-way, what are those .pending files? There are lots of them, most are 0-byte files, but some are real video files with non-zero size.

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By-the-way, what are those .pending files? There are lots of them, most are 0-byte files, but some are real video files with non-zero size.

aDHVDw2.jpg

Same problem here, and I cannot figure out the reason why those zero files are created.

@k3lcior Are you using any specific settings besides loading that config into the cam? HDR+ on/off or such... something you changed...
 

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Hi, I'm using BSG 8.1 stable g cam port, and it's pretty good. One issue I have though, is that in some scenarios there is intense banding / flickering while recording video. I have turned the anti banding feature to auto, which didn't help. It doesn't happen all the time, and only in some low light scenario I have observed it, but it's very annoying.

FYI I use Arrow OS 12.1, I have global Vayu, and only shoot 1080p 30 FPS
 
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Hi, I'm using BSG 8.1 stable g cam port, and it's pretty good. One issue I have though, is that in some scenarios there is intense banding / flickering while recording video. I have turned the anti banding feature to auto, which didn't help. It doesn't happen all the time, and only in some low light scenario I have observed it, but it's very annoying.

FYI I use Arrow OS 12.1, I have global Vayu, and only shoot 1080p 30 FPS
Try manually setting them to 50Hz and 60Hz to see results and compare, sometimes the auto anti-banding can get confused if there are variable light sources with different frequencies.
 
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    Hi, I'm using BSG 8.1 stable g cam port, and it's pretty good. One issue I have though, is that in some scenarios there is intense banding / flickering while recording video. I have turned the anti banding feature to auto, which didn't help. It doesn't happen all the time, and only in some low light scenario I have observed it, but it's very annoying.

    FYI I use Arrow OS 12.1, I have global Vayu, and only shoot 1080p 30 FPS
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    Hi, I'm using BSG 8.1 stable g cam port, and it's pretty good. One issue I have though, is that in some scenarios there is intense banding / flickering while recording video. I have turned the anti banding feature to auto, which didn't help. It doesn't happen all the time, and only in some low light scenario I have observed it, but it's very annoying.

    FYI I use Arrow OS 12.1, I have global Vayu, and only shoot 1080p 30 FPS
    Try manually setting them to 50Hz and 60Hz to see results and compare, sometimes the auto anti-banding can get confused if there are variable light sources with different frequencies.
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    Try manually setting them to 50Hz and 60Hz to see results and compare, sometimes the auto anti-banding can get confused if there are variable light sources with different frequencies.
    60 has banding, but 50 does better. There's still some banding in certain scenarios
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    In the Telegram Poco X3 Photography group
    a) member Park Q claims Marco's 7.3_GCam_MJL_v4.3_Minilux.apk (2020-08-31, oneplus 6/6t) is optimized for 582 and 586 sensor. He has also posted two configuration XML files (Flat & Zoom)
    b) member Team XKlaus claims MGC_8.1.101_A9 (BSG, 2021-03/04) allows 4k @ 60fps

    Searching for "IMX582 celsoazevedo" I found the following:
    UltraCVM_v4.apk (UltraM8, 2020-05-10, configs)
    UltraCam_3.2.3.apk (UltraM8, 2020-02-19, configs)
    UltraM8 bases off Urnyx05 or Arnova8G2 versions with additions and tunings ... with main focus on the IMX586 sensor (primary device Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro).

    In Config Files for burial's GCam 7.2.x there is Xiaomi Mi A3 » mi-a3-x.j.b.-ver.1.xml which contains the string: Main Sensor: IMX582 (same as IMX586 without 4K and Stab
    (Xiaomi Mi A3 has Sony IMX586 Exmor RS)

    I need to look into this but share so we may find some basic optimization based on existing IMX582(586) configs what GCams might be good.

    Just to clarify my focus:
    a) good natural daylight main cam pictures (no oversharpening, no oversaturation, etc.)
    b) 1080p 24fps EIS ExtraSmooth (Steady) Videos (no refocus, no pumping, no artefacts) possibly with UltraWide for less crop
    c) Special Features like 1) Time Lapse 2) Slow motion 3) Night etc.
    d) 4k 24fps EIS as good as possible like 1080p

    I made a GSheet comparison: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet...kpsmnix1jUWCr2SMdPl_wprc8/edit#gid=1775206814
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    Hi,

    For those with the POCO X3 Pro, what is the best GCam that is currently available to use - most stable, with better quality, etc....
    I have tested some GCams from X3 NFC, but is a shot in the dark - some work, but i think is room to improve in the quality (could be some settings/configs too).

    Maybe someone here found a specific one that works better :)

    EDIT: This is my opinion after a few months: https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/gcam-for-x3-pro.4256287/page-12#post-86486777
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    Personally i went back to GCAM v8.1 and MK+V7.3.5+FIX+4.4 config and not testing anything further. This is the most mature & stable Gcam & Config with pretty much everything working correctly including EIS. (Video Stabilization) Color rendition is natural, pictures are not oversaturated with good detail and sharpness.

    Link to Gcam and config: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1miyPgiyzD5g5K7SgN-fNhaGjMYz7FiDo?usp=sharing (config for Custom ROM's NOT MIUI)


    Some sample pictures from last few days, auto mode, handheld, nothing edited.

    IMG_20220412_115729_Arcide-LMC8.4-v1.8-greg5.jpg
    IMG_20220412_122921_Arcide-LMC8.4-v1.8-greg5.jpg
    IMG_20220412_125536_Arcide-LMC8.4-v1.8-greg5.jpg
    IMG_20220412_130321_Arcide-LMC8.4-v1.8-greg5.jpg
    IMG_20220412_135120_Arcide-LMC8.4-v1.8-greg5.jpg
    LMCx3P_20220414_122103_8.4.300.jpg
    LMCx3P_20220414_130033_8.4.300.jpg
    PXL_20220423_140336638.jpg
    PXL_20220430_121509313.jpg
    PXL_20220430_125927126.jpg
    PXL_20220430_131204966.jpg
    PXL_20220430_133128965.jpg
    PXL_20220430_133938478.jpg
    PXL_20220430_135348792.jpg
    PXL_20220501_153726272.jpg
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    Solid Config / Gcam, it's nice because it shoots very quick. (ZSL)

    PXL-20211203-163352063.jpg
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    link?! no news on the grapevine :p
    imho, the best cam is MGC by BSG
    Note: i've not tested that very latest version... In case of issue, previous version should work:
    And this XML seems to be good (see attached)