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Re: [Linphone-users] Nexus S video

From: Guillaume BERAUDO
Subject: Re: [Linphone-users] Nexus S video
Date: Fri, 29 Apr 2011 13:47:14 +0200

Hi Peter,

I received your previous email with the picture attached.

Did you enabled "debug" mode in the application settings?
It may be the reason why you have not found anything in the logs.

Samsung has mounted the front camera differently than on my galaxy S.
When you hold the phone upright, the captured image is portrait on your
device but landscape on mine.

It is a rejoycing improvement made by Samsung.

Althought it may be the reason of the flip shown in upright.jpg.

The problem is that currently we have not implemented flipping of
images, only rotations. This is to keep the code simple and efficient.

I have to implement flips in order to make your device work perfectly.

For the "wake on incoming call" functionality, I think what you
describe is the current implementation: on incoming call one unlocks
his phone then just press accept or refuse on the dialog popped by
Linphone; Linphone comes to the foreground automatically.
An improvement could be to unlock the phone and accept or refuse call
in the same action; is it what you meant? 



Le Fri, 29 Apr 2011 13:02:40 +0200,
Peter Griffin <address@hidden> a écrit :

> I suspect my last message was filtered-out due to the enclosed picture
> attachments, therefore I resend it as plain text:
> ------------------------------------------------
> Hi Guillaume & all,
> 1) The attached pictures should serve as a good base for the flipping
> of the stream. Note that the rear-view is just fine as-is. I couldn't
> find anything in the debug log - hopefully the pictures will do.
> 2) As for the dotted line - it is on the remote video, running behind
> the self-view (see the attached picture). My webcam has "magically"
> stopped working (XP is literally falling apart on me here), and in
> this example (with the "no webcam" image), the line seems to be
> aligned with the edge of the received stream. However when the camera
> was working last night, the line went across the actual video, based
> on which one could assume it could be resolution/stretching related.
> Sorry for the lack of information here, apparently I need to reinstall
> my OS first (though this issue can be considered of minor importance).
> 3) Thanks for the usage tips - I do find the interface extremely
> robust throughout countless camera-switching, phone-turning (stream
> resolution changing), and even stealing focus from it. Also, to answer
> your question, yes - the microphone works fine when switching to and
> from the loudspeaker.
> 4) Overall, there's one last thing I'm missing in the client - a sort
> of a "wake on incoming call" functionality to allow for answering of
> calls when the phone is in stand-by mode (currently, one needs to
> unlock the phone and switch to the application first).
> I'll get my computer sorted out and hope to provide some more of a
> useful feedback soon.
> Thanks for your time!
> Peter
> ------------------------------------------------
> The attachments can be found here:
> Hope it reaches you this time!
> PG

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