I'm running the Liquid Jellybean Rom, and I have an issue where whenever I play a video it will overlap everythng else around it. Is there a workaround to this?
I am trying to overlay an image and a time stamp on a video stream which is encoded and streamed simultaneously, I have to add overlay in the captured video frames because the gstreamer plugins for overlay is causing a frame drops and high cpu usage.
Please let me know whether we can overlay the image on a video frame at the V4l driver level.
My platform is imx53 and the linux kernel version in
When playing back a video taken with the stock camera app of Ganbarou 4.4 (built on CM) on a galaxy tab 10.1 (v1), it somehow shows the scene which should not have been filmed just below the video frame as a ghost image over the top third of the video.
This is not the case with other camera apps, e.g. not with "a better camera".
I am fairly certain the following issues are related, which is why I post them together, here. Something needs to be set up to make video run properly on my system but I have literally no idea what, as my experience with such things is little.
I am running Ubuntu 12.10 on the computer I recently built, and I have an R7950 Twin Frozr videocard.
Whenever I try to watch a video on youtube, All I see is the first frame of the advertisement and either the video doesnt play or after minutes the featured video will start to play. If I'm fortunate in the latter case, I will get to see more than 3 seconds of the video. Help to get youtube running decently?
i'm trying to make something similar to what Google+ does for video in list-view(i guess its video).
in Google+ while scrolling list if there's video in visible area it automatically starts playing even when i'm scrolling until it gets out of the screen.
now i know that video wont play properly when list-view is scrolling. so i guess Google+ has made some sort of workaround to play video.
Hi, I was testing out the slow motion video recording feature on my HOX. I stopped recording and it proceeded to save the video. When it was finished saving, it shows an exclamation point on the bottom right hand corner of the play button. When I try to click on the play button, it says, "Sorry, this video cannot be played." I've tried this 5 times now, and I get the same results.
oded wrote:That won't do as I have no Video Overlay adaptor even listed, all I can see is that single Textured entry.The only clue I can find in log files is this:[ 7.872] (==) intel(0): video overlay key set to 0x101feGoogling the above gave no meaningful results Moderator note: I bet you meant to hit "reply" or "Quote" instead of the "Report" button.