screenrecord is an internal Android executable that dumps screen to a file, and ffplay from ffmpeg happens to be able to play an H.264 encoded stream from stdin
First enable ADB USB access and then on Ubuntu:
sudo apt-get install adb ffmpeg
adb exec-out screenrecord --output-format=h264 - |
ffplay -framerate 60 -probesize 32 -sync video -...
The only thing you mention is the resolution. Stating that the cameras have the same specs only because they have the same resolution, is a fallacy at best. It's like saying that two cars should perform the same because they both have 4 wheels.
When using apps like Snapchat or just Camera, I noticed that the A7000's picture quality is lesser (blurry) than ...
There are 3rd-party "fake camera" apps that will let you to choose an image instead, such as:
Fake Camera by New Horizon Apps (free)
Fake Camera - donate version by Vaclav Balak (paid)
Note that you need to have the image inside the (emulator) device storage first for these apps to be useful.
Also, since these apps are not really a ...
The manufacturer is trying to help you. Walking around taking photos with a tablet makes you look like a twerp, so they try to discourage you by not putting a good quality camera in there.
That might be a slightly silly answer, but it's not entirely untrue. Taking photos with your phone is really popular these days, because you always have your phone with ...
I found the setting, and something interesting as well:
Settings > Accessibility > Flash notification
When I came into the settings it was already unchecked, yet my phone was exhibiting behavior as if it was. I had to check the setting and exit the menus. Then I went back in to uncheck the setting and exited the menus again. This time the setting ...
Because resolution is probably the least important from all the characteristics of a camera (and it can even go against quality, a larger resolution without an accordingly better sensor might just as well give a worse overall quality).
In the usual circumstances of phones, probably the most important factor is the sensor size and quality, and neither will ...
The new API for full control of the camera on android had been added to android version 5. Google added these features like iso ,manual focus and etc in android lollipop. I personally think to use this new API the camera hardware must support this features, However I didn't find any reference to claim this, but it makes sense to me that a hardware must be ...
Best option is to request the desktop website on your Google Chrome browser.
Tap the menu button of your browser.
Tick the check box next to Desktop Site.
Now go to the Google Images website (google.com/imghp).
And you have the look and feel of the website like you'd expect it on your computer.
Unfortunately the Google Camera app does not natively support saving pictures/videos/panoramas to SD Card. I am guessing that this goes with Google's general stance against SD cards in general. If your device is not rooted, you are stuck with having to manually move the images/videos.
For rooted devices, there is a work-around to this limitation. Xposed ...
This is not related to AM/PM as the screenshot shows. This issue appears to happen due to Google Hangouts. I have heard from a few Moto G owners that this happens a lot on that device, and can cause issues moving to SD card, however, it really seems to be down to Google Hangouts.
Here is a mention on Reddit, and on an unrelated thread the same issue crops ...
You can do this with your native camera app. But you have to have JB 4.2 (Not 4.1.x).
Go to the camera. Tap on the camera icon and pick the item that looks like a small globe with a panorama stretched over it. That's the Photo Sphere mode.
Take a picture as usual.
Keep your camera steady.
You should see a message to align your camera with the blue dot. Tilt ...
Have you tried using Google Goggles instead? This is Google's app for doing a reverse image search using a camera. Make sure to enable Search from Camera.
You can also use an existing picture in your gallery. Open settings (circle button at lower right), then click the icon that looks like a mountain with an arrow (2nd button from left).
There is no way in Android to access to the standard Android camera from a password-protected device. However this little application allows to access to a simple camera with a triple press on the power button even when the device is password locked...
Camera Unlock (free)
Disclosure: I am the developer of this app
The HTC One's camera has bigger pixels than the regular phone cameras ("Ultrapixels"). When you use your camera in low light, it tries to draw more light from the sensor, so the image looks brighter.
The "purple" issue is caused by bad heat insulation of the camera sensor from the rest of the phone, so when you try to take a photo the heat can cause ...
To recover from a crash during a panorama stitch I did this:
Use a file explorer on Android to copy the folder containing the unstitched files from the cache:
to the pictures folder and back them up with Google photos. I recieved a notification the next day that photos ...
Not a full answer (came here looking for an answer myself), but here are a couple of partial solutions I figured out so far, perhaps someone else can improve upon these.
First of all, temporary files for the last few photosphere sessions can be found under /sdcard/Android/data/com.google.android.gallery3d/files/panorama_sessions/. You can extract these out ...
The aspect ratio has nothing to do with megapixels. Part of a 4:3 image are removed to get a 16:9 resolution, that is why a 16:9 image has less pixels.
The purple rectangle is your 4:3 picture, and the green rectangle is the 16:9 picture cropped out of 4:3 by the software. 2 megapixels are just removed from an original photo.
This is an old question, but I think that some people might find it useful since I came it across using Google search.
The camera app has a permission called TAKE_AUDIO_FOCUS which it is granted by default to it. The camera app uses this to pause the music while you open the viewfinder on your phone.
To fix this issue, you can simply disable the ...
There is a free android app that allows you to manually adjust focus (and more camera technical stuff for photographers)
Its called open camera and can be found on playstore.
(the one by mark harman)
NOTE: it will only work if your device supports it. (aka if possible)
To get straight to using manual focous:
install, open settings, near bottom of page ...
This guy works great for me on a Samsung 8.4" pro tab:
Has a long list of pre-set sizes and a select-your-own-size option, which like photoshop allows you to choose whether you want to maintain the aspect ratio or not. You can choose file type and quality as well when saving.
You can't, you need to scann with Whatsapp, if you scann the QR code with a normal reader, how a website or similar, you only get a plain text.
Whatsapp send that text to your own server to enable you a session in your browser.
Open Camera has plenty of options for specifying the resolution.
Look on the settings menu, then Photo settings. You can set it to 640x480 or even 352x288. You can also set the image quality, ie the level of JPEG compression. If you decrease the quality, it will give you smaller file sizes.
I've had success with a fraction of a drop of water or oil over the lens of the camera on my ZTE Score. It causes bar codes close to the camera to be in focus, and they read reliably. Enough to form a convex surface, but not so much that it drops off.
The ZTE Score has a smooth back; I dip my finger in oil and, with the lens aimed up, ...
More of a photography question than an Android question, I think. Remember that HDR is High Dynamic Range, essentially your camera takes 3 (or more) pictures at different exposures: One normal, one bight, one dark (EV -1,0,+1). It then combines all of these to create an image that represents what 'what your eyes see' by bringing out the dark parts of the ...
On my Samsung Galaxy SIII Neo (Android 4.4.2) I was able to solve my problem as follows:
C:\> adb shell
# mount -o remount,rw /
# cd /system/media/audio/ui/
# mv Shutter.ogg Shutter.ogg.bak
This solved the problem.
For Sony's specific case, it's because Sony has proprietary technology (X-Reality color management, BIONZ image processor, active noise cancelling techniques) for its stock camera that uses DRM security keys. When the bootloader is unlocked, the keys that reside on TA partition are removed, thus disabling the features. The use of proprietary technology also ...