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
I am trying to overlay a transparent flv over a static png. Everywhere I look says this should work... but the end result is the flv loses transparency and instead all transparent areas are filled with white when the overlay is applied.
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.
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 want to record video by camera in my Android device. I need to add overlay image over recorded movie. In iOS I would use GPUImage. In Android I found Android GPUImage. I tried to use it but I didnt found any way to add any filter while video recording. In provided example I could add filters only for taking photos. Is there any way to record video with filters with Android GPUImage?