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Better video and picture quality

Jolla's camera takes horrible pictures compared to competitors. Same issue even worse is video quality. Lagging video, rastered picture compared to competitors.

Better video and picture quality

Jolla's camera takes horrible pictures compared to competitors. Same issue even worse is video quality. Lagging video, rastered picture compared to competitors.

Better video and picture quality

Edit in Jolla Phone OS version 2.0.0.10/Saimaa (note that in the previous OS version 1.1.9. the video recording format was changed from H.263 to H264/AVC): 1) Audio is out of sync. 2) When filming rather quickly moving objects (e.g. sporting humans) the camera cannot capture enough all the time. So, it makes the video contain annoyingly many random flaws, like lost frames or distorted flashes, in the moving objects.

Jolla's camera takes horrible poor quality pictures compared to competitors. Same issue even worse is video quality. Lagging video, rastered picture compared to competitors.

Better video and picture quality

Edit in Jolla Phone OS version 2.0.0.10/Saimaa (note (note that in the previous OS version 1.1.9. the video recording format was changed from H.263 to H264/AVC): H264/AVC): 1) 1. Audio is out of sync. 2) sync. 2. When filming rather quickly moving moving objects (e.g. sporting humans) the the camera cannot capture enough all the the time. So, it makes the video contain contain annoyingly many random flaws, like like lost frames or distorted flashes, in in the moving objects. objects.

Jolla's camera takes poor quality pictures compared to competitors. Same issue even worse is video quality. Lagging video, rastered picture compared to competitors.

Better video and picture quality

Edit in Jolla Phone OS version 2.0.0.10/Saimaa (note that in the previous OS version 1.1.9. the video recording format was changed from H.263 to H264/AVC):

1.
  1. Audio is out of sync. 2. sync.

  2. When filming rather quickly moving objects (e.g. sporting humans) the camera cannot capture enough all the time. So, it makes the video contain annoyingly many random flaws, like lost frames or distorted flashes, in the moving objects.

Jolla's camera takes poor quality pictures compared to competitors. Same issue even worse is video quality. Lagging video, rastered picture compared to competitors.

Better video and picture quality

Edit Edit#2: The device's driver firmware was just downgraded as it was 1.0.0.30 in 1.1.9.28/Eineheminlampi but it is now 1.0.0.11 in 2.0.0.10/Saimaa. Could it be related?

Edit#1: in Jolla Phone OS version 2.0.0.10/Saimaa (note that in the previous OS version 1.1.9. the video recording format was changed from H.263 to H264/AVC):

  1. Audio is out of sync.

  2. When filming rather quickly moving objects (e.g. sporting humans) the camera cannot capture enough all the time. So, it makes the video contain annoyingly many random flaws, like lost frames or distorted flashes, in the moving objects.

Jolla's camera takes poor quality pictures compared to competitors. Same issue even worse is video quality. Lagging video, rastered picture compared to competitors.

Better video and picture qualityquality: audio out of sync

Edit#2: The device's driver firmware was just downgraded as Jolla Phone (JP-1301):

  1. Audio is out of sync. Codec/driver/firmware problem?

  2. When filming rather quickly moving objects (e.g. sporting humans) the camera cannot capture enough all the time. So, it was 1.0.0.30 makes the video contain annoyingly many random flaws, like lost frames or distorted flashes, in 1.1.9.28/Eineheminlampi but it is now 1.0.0.11 in 2.0.0.10/Saimaa. Could it be related?the moving objects. Will get better by new, more powerful devices?

Edit#1: in Jolla Phone OS version 2.0.0.10/Saimaa (note that in the previous OS version 1.1.9. the video recording format was changed from H.263 to H264/AVC):

  1. Audio is out of sync.

  2. When filming rather quickly moving objects (e.g. sporting humans) the camera cannot capture enough all the time. So, it makes the video contain annoyingly many random flaws, like lost frames or distorted flashes, in the moving objects.

Jolla's camera takes poor quality pictures compared to competitors. Same issue even worse is video quality. Lagging video, rastered picture compared to competitors.).

Better video quality: audio out of sync

Jolla Phone (JP-1301):

  1. Audio is out of sync. Codec/driver/firmware problem?

  2. When filming rather quickly moving objects (e.g. sporting humans) the camera cannot capture enough all the time. So, it makes the video contain annoyingly many random flaws, like lost frames or distorted flashes, in the moving objects. Will get better by new, more powerful devices?

Edit#1: in Jolla Phone OS version 2.0.0.10/Saimaa (note that in the previous OS version 1.1.9. the video recording format was changed from H.263 to H264/AVC).

Better Camera recordings: video quality: audio out of syncsync, lagging compared to audio

Jolla Phone (JP-1301):

  1. Audio Affects Jolla Phone, Jolla C, Intex Aqua Fish – and also Nokia N900 already (with or without extracodecs, can't remember).

    Severe. About half a second misalignment.

    How to reproduce: For example, take a pencil and start filming as you tap your desk with the pencil repetitively, with slow and fast variable patterns. Watch the recording and you can see that sound and video does not come together. If needed, verify by using VLC Player's slow motion and synchronisation adjustmentment features. It happens both when phone memory as well as memory card works as a storage.

    Jolla is out of sync. Codec/driver/firmware problem?

  2. When filming rather quickly moving objects (e.g. sporting humans) already tracking camera related issues as @MSameer from Jolla commented on Dec 4 '16 here.

    Interesting, related topics to be up-voted:

Edit#1: in Jolla Phone OS version 2.0.0.10/Saimaa (note that in the previous OS version 1.1.9. the video recording format was changed from H.263 to H264/AVC).

streams

  • choppy video.

  • Camera recordings: video out of sync, lagging compared to audio

    Affects Jolla Phone, Jolla C, Intex Aqua Fish – and also Nokia N900 already (with or without extracodecs, can't remember).

    Severe. About half a second misalignment.

    How to reproduce: For example, take a pencil and start filming as you tap your desk with the pencil repetitively, with slow and fast variable patterns. Watch the recording and you can see that sound and video does not come together. If needed, verify by using VLC Player's slow motion and synchronisation adjustmentment features. It happens both when phone memory as well as memory card works as a storage. Does not matter: Infinity focus or Continuous AF.

    Jolla is already tracking camera related issues as @MSameer from Jolla commented on Dec 4 '16 here.

    Interesting, related topics to be up-voted:

    Camera recordings: video out of sync, lagging compared to audio

    edit: this issue is tracked by Jolla here in a newer question: https://together.jolla.com/question/170786/sailfish-x-sound-not-in-sync-ahead-of-video/


    Affects Jolla Phone, Jolla C, Intex Aqua Fish – and also Nokia N900 already (with or without extracodecs, can't remember).

    Severe. About half a second misalignment.

    How to reproduce: For example, take a pencil and start filming as you tap your desk with the pencil repetitively, with slow and fast variable patterns. Watch the recording and you can see that sound and video does not come together. If needed, verify by using VLC Player's slow motion and synchronisation adjustmentment features. It happens both when phone memory as well as memory card works as a storage. Does not matter: Infinity focus or Continuous AF.

    Jolla is already tracking camera related issues as @MSameer from Jolla commented on Dec 4 '16 here.

    Interesting, related topics to be up-voted:

    Camera recordings: video out of sync, lagging compared to audio

    edit: this issue is tracked by Jolla here in a newer question: https://together.jolla.com/question/170786/sailfish-x-sound-not-in-sync-ahead-of-video/


    Affects Jolla Phone, Jolla C, Intex Aqua Fish Fish, Sony Xperia X – and also Nokia N900 already (with or without extracodecs, can't remember).

    Severe. About half a second misalignment.

    How to reproduce: For example, take a pencil and start filming as you tap your desk with the pencil repetitively, with slow and fast variable patterns. Watch the recording and you can see that sound and video does not come together. If needed, verify by using VLC Player's slow motion and synchronisation adjustmentment features. It happens both when phone memory as well as memory card works as a storage. Does not matter: Infinity focus or Continuous AF.

    Jolla is already tracking camera related issues as @MSameer from Jolla commented on Dec 4 '16 here.

    Interesting, related topics to be up-voted: