A question of the API takePicture in android.hardware.Camera

by tony » Sat, 31 Jan 2009 11:21:21 GMT


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 The API takePicture  is defined as:
void takePicture(Camera.ShutterCallback shutter,
Camera.PictureCallback raw, Camera.PictureCallback jpeg)

My question is:
If we pass the raw parameter when call takePicture ,what should be
returned? Will it return the raw image which has same width/height as
the captured JPEG image?

The reason I raise the question is:I heard the parameter raw can be
used to return the post-view image data.
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