1280x720 photos fix project?

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  1. Eddiewattz

    Eddiewattz Member

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    Now that we have HDR fixed on the 4g, think theres a way to fix the cropping by editing the same plist? Since it uses the same sensor and all it does is take a picture and crop it. I was looking in the AVCapture and found one that says "Back camera 1MP capture" and it was set to 960x720, no affect when changing to 1280 so theres got to be something else in there.
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    i think photo's will look blurry and ugly.
  3. Eddiewattz

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    forgive me if I'm wrong but don't the photos and the video comes from the same lens / sensor? I don't see how it would look any worst, being that its 1280x720 (from the same size sensor)cropped to 960x720 as of right now. All it seems is they put a software limitation on it?
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    Someone make it happen then
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    need someone with more knowledge on this to take a look at this request
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    yes we need an expert in here
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    It does work. Change the numbers to 1280 by 720

    Reboot

    Take a picture


    Export it to your computer and you'll see the resolution difference.
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    somebody can confirm the above post please?
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    If past experience has taught us anything, it's that those limitations are put there for a reason.
  10. Eddiewattz

    Eddiewattz Member

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    Yea, just like how they disabled HDR on the 4g. There seemed to be a good one behind that :

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    If past taught us anything, they just do that kind of crap to make future iOS updates more appealing by intentionally holding back features for unnessicary reasons

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