Yup it does. Been using it since the first Pie OBDoes this work on android pie? i tried once, and it failed, camera did not work at all.
thanks in advance
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Does this work on android pie? i tried once, and it failed, camera did not work at all.
thanks in advance
[B]2018.07.22 [/B] - Based on new version 2.8.11. - Code base cleaned to prevent some errors. - Not adapted to OP6 yet ! [B]2018.02.22 [/B] - Quick fix concerning the new feature "IntelligentHQ". It should work more consistently now. [B]2018.02.21 [/B] - New feature "IntelligentHQ" : In good light situation, Oneplus Camera app tends to use a higher ISO than needed. In order to prevent this, when it's possible, I use automatically the HQ mode to lower the ISO rate. The picture will be more detailed and with less noise thanks to low ISO. Only works in "No-HDR mode", which is the default mode. - Sharpness decreased in really low-light situations to prevent oil-painted pictures - Panorama mode should work now (thanks to [user=2185114]@DorianX[/user]) [B]2018.02.12 [/B] - Sharpness increased in really low-light situations - Sharpness decreased in good and mid light situations to avoid too much noise / oversharpening effect - Noise reduction is applied a bit earlier than before to avoid too much noise. Don't worry for the oil-painting effect I have adapted the sharpness for it - Remove of the switch for disabling noise reduction in Parameters : It causes too much confusion. I have seen many people asking if they need to enable it or not, so I remove it. When it was enabled, the picture quality was really bad compared to when it was disabled anyway. - Auto-HDR and HDR is now working like the original Oneplus Camera app - No-HDR is now by default. It gives better results than Auto-HDR, even when Auto-HDR doesn't not kick the HDR mode - Code base cleaned and prepared for the next "big" feature :) [B]2018.01.31 [/B] - Sharpness increased in some bright-light situations - Sharpness decreased in mid-light and low-light situations to mitigate "oil-painting" effect and others weirderies caused by Oneplus noise reduction. Pictures should be now more "natural", even with Oneplus noise reduction on. - Renaming of the switch in Settings because it caused confusion concerning the light situation. I added a subtitle which explains how and when it works. I STRONGLY ADVISE YOU TO NOT ENABLE THIS SWITCH. [B]2018.01.28 [/B] - Noise reduction enabled by default in pictures with ISO between 800 and 3000 (was already by default when ISO was upper than 3000) - Added a switch to disable noise reduction in low light (ISO between 800 and 3000). Not possible to disable when ISO is upper than 3000 because is really ugly without noise reduction. - Name of the version is included now in Settings to avoid confusion [IMG]https://i.cubeupload.com/eLSM9v.jpg[/IMG] [B]2018.01.26 [/B] - Based on original version 2.5.22 - Fix for selfie pictures at 4MP (thanks for the report !) [B]2018.01.24 [/B] - Remove chroma noise and increase sharpness in bright light - Overall tune-in depends on the current light situation [B]2018.01.22 [/B] - Sharpness according to the current light situation has been tuned - Oneplus noise reduction was not enabled in extremely low-light picture, it should work now. [B]2018.01.21 [/B] - Luminance denoise is disabled now in Photo Mode. Was responsable of the "watercolor" effect. In counterpart, luminance noise is increased. - To prevent luminance noise, I decrease sharpness according to the current light situation but 100% of the time, it's better than picture taken by original camera app. Pictures are now on par with GCam HDR+. - Luminance denoise is enabled only in extremely low-light picture. - Auto-HDR mode will now never enable HDR mode. Is now like a no-HDR mode. [B]2018.01.13 [/B] - Portait Mode works - Modded process affects currently only the Photo Mode (not Portrait Mode, Pro Mode, etc ...) - Modded process is now customizable with 3 modes : Sharpness level in good light, in low light and for front camera. 1 is the default level use by Oneplus. So if you want to disable the modded process, you should put level 1 in the three modes. [B]2018.01.10 [/B] - Panorama works now - Settings menu revamped [B]2018.01.09 [/B] - Revert back to the original Oneplus process : better noise reduction - Sharpness increased to counter-balance the "over-blurring" effect made by original Oneplus process [B]2018.01.05 [/B] - Based on version 2.5.21 - Use of the alternative Oneplus process - Sharpness increased - Switch added in Settings for use of original Oneplus process [B]2017.12.15 [/B] Based on version 2.5.20 coming from new OxygenOS Oreo update [B]2017.12.15 [/B] Based on version 2.5.15 [B]2017.12.11 [/B] Based on version 2.5.12 [B]2017.12.07 [/B] Based on version 2.5.11 [B]2017.12.04[/B] First release