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marcovth2

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GCam_7.2.010_Urnyx05-v1.4 works fine for me ... except that selecting an auxiliary camera will crash the app.
* Unfortunately, GCam therefore does not get access to the 64MP camera.

GCam_7.2.010_Urnyx05-v1.5 crashes right after taking a picture.
 
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Deadstar1202

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GCam_7.2.010_Urnyx05-v1.4 works fine for me ... except that selecting an auxiliary camera will crash the app.
* Unfortunately, GCam therefore does not get access to the 64MP camera.

GCam_7.2.010_Urnyx05-v1.5 crashes right after taking a picture.

Same for me, tried several versions and always came back to this one, unfortunately I still can't find any version working with slow motion and wide angle camera. Any suggestion??:confused:
 

ZenoDiac

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OJf9SeQnh5c
I just followed this guy's guide and punch in the settings manually.
It does show improvement from the default app in terms of contrast and focus.
BUT it does not contain options to use the 64MP and Macro settings etc.... there are things missing in terms of all the hardware you can use.
So for now I'm using GCam if I need to take pics in normal camera mode, video and wide-lense, panorama or the amazing 360 view feature.
And use the default app for 64MP, Makro lens and slow-mo features. This version of GCam does crash on some of the options like Lens Blur, so it is not perfect.
 
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natedogg20050

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i am very happy with the stock camera , on the latest update the quality is just fine
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catta202000

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OJf9SeQnh5c
I just followed this guy's guide and punch in the settings manually.
It does show improvement from the default app in terms of contrast and focus.
BUT it does not contain options to use the 64MP and Macro settings etc.... there are things missing in terms of all the hardware you can use.
So for now I'm using GCam if I need to take pics in normal camera mode, video and wide-lense, panorama or the amazing 360 view feature.
And use the default app for 64MP, Makro lens and slow-mo features. This version of GCam does crash on some of the options like Lens Blur, so it is not perfect.

I'm using the same app, but I cannot find the ultra-wide lens option, I can only use the primary camera.
How to use the ultra-wide lens on the GCam app?
 

EViollet

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i am very happy with the stock camera , on the latest update the quality is just fine
Ans I agree.
I tried to take pictures on low light conditions with the stock camera and compared with Google and ended up preferring the stock camera versions.
To be honest, sometimes AI overdoes things, but overall camera quality isn't bad. Even for interior pictures.

Regards
 
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    Arnova (the gcam developer) has recently joined the x2 pro telegram channel and will be developing gcam for our mobile. He asked for our help to provide logs
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    Good evening.

    I've just recently bought the Realme X2 Pro 128GB, and tried several GCams.

    I've found a very stable one that has some flaws, but is the best so far for me.

    Some limitations:
    - doesn't shoot in 4K
    - doesn't shoot in 60 fps, only 30
    - doesn't do slow motion

    Upsides:
    - very stable and snappy, everything else seems to work just fine.
    - allows saving portraits directly to "DCIM/Camera" instead of creating one subfolder per portrait.

    GCam: PMGC_7.0.009_HDR_Version_V13.apk.
    They do provide a config file for our phone: realme-x2-pro.xml.
    I've tweaked it to my liking, here: leo-realme-x2-pro.xml.

    NOTE: This one has a particularity: you have to save the config to "/GoogleCamera/ConfigsCamera".

    Sharing this to contribute to this forum, that already helped my a lot ;)

    Enjoy!
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    I'm currently using PixelCam Plus v2, and honestly it's the best one so far for my usage case. I've attached my settings for anyone interested. If you found better settings please share.
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    I don't think so its good to buy in this price list its worst phone ever, and gcam even its not supported face retouching
    Dude what?? So no face retouching makes the phone useless? Most people (myself included) just get rid of that s*it on any phone in any camera app immediately.
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    PLEASE READ EVERYTHING.

    Arcide-PZD8.2-v8-Google.xml

    This second config is more interesting and is what I'm using primarily. I recommend this one.

    Place the XML here: /Internal storage/ConfigsSettings8.2/
    You load the config by double-tapping the black bar around the shutter button in the camera viewfinder.

    - Google lib, better dynamic range
    - Reworked a lot of settings
    - used small sharpness levels section in the lib patcher, preferring smaller radius of sharpening in good lighting for clearer and crisper natural photos.
    - optimized noise reduction settings
    - lowered saturation of reds
    - enabled Sabre merging (Sabre 4)
    - portrait mode works fine with Google lib

    Use the Zeta2ex1 xml ONLY with the APK with Zeta2ex1 lib, and Google xml ONLY with the APK with Google lib. They have different package names so you can install them both and compare them directly.


    Sabre pros:
    - Removes the grid texture in all photos
    - removes artifacts from bright lights in dynamic lighting
    - removes artifacts from motion in moving objects (cars, people walking)
    - preserves small details (like small text in the distance) better
    - less noise overall, in my experience

    Sabre cons:
    - it may have some random blur on textures
    - worse details in very dark conditions (also a result from that blur)

    If you wish you can disable Sabre, but I've concluded it improves photos in almost all situations.

    I've uploaded photo comparisons between the BSG private version (the config for it can be found a few posts above), PZD with the zeta2ex1 lib (attached in the post above), PZD with the Google lib (attached in this post), and the stock cam. Also uploaded comparison of the differences between Sabre ON and OFF.