11-18-2019 11:22 PM
11-20-2019 04:50 AM
11-20-2019 04:50 AM
nishaanth5000Why did the 12mp (3mb) file look better than the 48mp (15mb) file? Probably because you took the picture inside with normal lighting. 48mp mode needs very bright light or daylight to produce better images. We always recommend you to use 12mp. The 48mp mode is an additional feature that can produce some amazing results under the right conditions.
Does the second image 48mp cam worth its size 15mb, kidding me or what look at the spots over that book , oh god. The 12mp one is 3mb, that's ok i can agree. I don't know what new reasons the mod would give. There are many feeds on camera with no proper reply. Hope we get a solution for this flagship(??????) device.
11-20-2019 05:18 AM
Anders_ASUSSo when we capture a video, the camera is in 48mp or 12mp mode?
Why did the 12mp (3mb) file look better than the 48mp (15mb) file? Probably because you took the picture inside with normal lighting. 48mp mode needs very bright light or daylight to produce better images. We always recommend you to use 12mp. The 48mp mode is an additional feature that can produce some amazing results under the right conditions.
11-20-2019 05:25 AM
nishaanth5000Neither 🙂 Video uses a completely different format and resolution. There are alot of things that are different even though they use the same sensor
So when we capture a video, the camera is in 48mp or 12mp mode?
11-20-2019 05:41 AM
Anders_ASUSVery conveniently you got away with bunch of excuses. Leave the gcam what's with your own camera. Have you seen the night mode or even the dynamic range of the images produced by the stock camera. The least you can do is give excuses and act on the situation. I do not care about gcam as i understand it's not your headache. But the stock camera is. Rectify that. We didn't pay tunch of money to use a $100 phone camera.
It has to be emphasized that we have nothing to do with Gcam. You can't expect it to always run perfectly because it's not a supported software. It's all up to the port developers to make it work when they feel like it. We haven't blocked anything and we're not allowed to actively trying to make this software work with our phones. It has to be done by people who have nothing to do with our organization.
The comparisons between our software and Googles are not fair. Everyone know that Google are the best when it comes to camera software for phones. It would be much more interesting to see comparisons to similar prized phones, both running stock camera software. Then we may talk.
If you want to find out how to run a stable GCam on your ZenFone 6 with Android 10, then you need to talk to the port developers. I know that it works. It's all i can say.