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by Riter » Fri, 09 May 2008 14:11:37 GMT


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 Hi All.

This is my first post here just want to say Hi Will make other posts
soon.

Peace

Riter



Did you know that your Govt. can make 100% profits through Taxes in 6 hours?
read the story yourself..  http://talefunnytail.blogspot.com/  after that 
laugh, think, growl or just pay up, but do it with a smile (smiles are not
taxable)

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1. getPreviewSize() bad result on Froyo emulator

Hello all,

I was trying to use some of the new camera methods included in Froyo,
i.e. setPreviewCallbackWithBuffer() & addCallbackBuffer(). In the
documentation it's said you need first to create a buffer of
appropriated size and use the addCallbackBuffer() method. The buffer
size must be width * height * bits_per_pixel or otherwise you'll never
receive a preview frame. To know the image size, you can ask to the
camera about it's configuration. When I'm trying to configurate the
camera I use Camera.getParameters().getPreviewSize() the emulator says
the size is 320*240, but with that size it didn't work on emulator. I
used the old setPreviewCallback() and, in the onPreviewFrame(), I
asked the size again. That time the size was 480*320. Then I hard-
coded that values in the first code and everything worked.
Now I'm afraid not only the emulator would have that behaviour.
Unfortunately I don't have any real device with Froyo and I can't try
it. So, anyone have tried that methods in real devices? btw, are they
really increasing the poor performance and frame rate?

Thanks

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2. media player application which shall dump Frame Rate and CPU Utilization

Hi All,

I would like to know if there is any media player application which
shall dump Frame Rate and CPU Utilization?
Or how do we tweak the existing media player to give Frame per Second
data?

Thanks,
Arun


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