Automatic Cropping of Video by Oneplus 3T Camera

  1. ed.etamasan
    Froyo Jul 17, 2017

    ed.etamasan , Jul 17, 2017 :
    If you do not pay attention to details, please do not get involved. I am sure the issue is on ALL devices (I had in my hand 3 x OnePlus 3/3T).

  2. lostLambda
    Lollipop Jul 17, 2017

    lostLambda , Jul 17, 2017 :
    "Stabilizate" lol!

  3. G_Dinesh_Kumar_G._Cngo
    Cupcake Jul 17, 2017

  4. PTuT
    Jelly Bean Jul 17, 2017

    PTuT , Jul 17, 2017 :
    Electronic image stabilization...

  5. Jac0b3o5
    Gingerbread Jul 17, 2017

    Jac0b3o5 , Jul 17, 2017 :
    if you aren't such an arrogant ****, you'd realize that although we all hold the same device, finicky software, bad flashes, shit kernals and a crap ton of apps installed and all of the other things Android allows you to do will make one users experience far more different from another. I simply said mine is working fine on all resolutions......which it is in fact. would you like a log? screenshots maybe? or how about you fly me out and I'll just give you my phone for chuckles. I rely heavily on my camera and all functions and features work properly. period.

  6. G_Marco_Meckel_grqF
    Cupcake Jul 17, 2017

  7. GiulioMecacci
    Eclair Jul 17, 2017

    GiulioMecacci , Jul 17, 2017 :
    At least they could add a white square overlayed while capturing to indicate the actual area filmed. That takes exactly 5 seconds to code, and I am actually a bit disappointed by OnePlus. I have waisted so much material because of that. I am currently using tape on screen. Never settle.

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  8. bojantomic
    Honeycomb Jul 17, 2017

    bojantomic , Jul 17, 2017 :
    It's not an issue. Everyone complained that OIS isn't good enough, so they added EIS. I love this, to be honest, videos come out incredibly stable. It has to crop the video in order to stabilize it properly.
    Maybe they can just show cropped version in the camera view instead of full, not cropped video, and keep EIS.
    I know that Google Camera has an option to disable EIS, so you can try that maybe.

  9. ed.etamasan
    Froyo Jul 18, 2017

    ed.etamasan , Jul 18, 2017 :
    Please take a 5 seconds video using OnePlus Camera app on 720 or 1080, plus a screenshot taken during that video and attach them over here. I have not heard or seen a device that 'works' in this case. That means that EIS is not working on your phone, which should not happen (according to how OnePlus designed it).

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  10. Spike83420
    Gingerbread Jul 18, 2017

    Spike83420 , Jul 18, 2017 :

  11. Prabuvfx
    Donut Jul 18, 2017

  12. celtek
    Eclair Jul 18, 2017

    celtek , Jul 18, 2017 :
    Tested with my 3T. In 4K and 1080p 60FPS it doesnt crop but in 720p and 1080p it saves cropped video.

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  13. sourmush
    Cupcake Sep 10, 2017

    sourmush , Sep 10, 2017 :
    When is this going to be fixed? So lame! Shooting 4k is not a long term solution. Oneplus need to read this thread and get their development team to work on a solution. At least crop the viewpoint to match the output? C'mon Oneplus listen to your customers! Bad user experience IMHO

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  14. BruceLetto_oneplus!
    Eclair Oct 11, 2017

    BruceLetto_oneplus! , Oct 11, 2017 :
    Same issue here. I bought the OP5 for work. I'm realy pissed. Get this done! EIS is working great, but i need to have full control of the recorded view. If this couldn't get fixed, the OP5 is just a toy, not a tool. Would be a shame!

  15. flocsy
    Cupcake Nov 1, 2017

    flocsy , Nov 1, 2017 :
    Here you can see the screenshot showing what I saw on the screen while I was shooting the video (and hoped that the whole iPhone will be captured on the video):

    https://photos.app.goo.gl/eLBVOk26fPD3P0qQ2 screenshot

    Here you can see the actual video that was taken. You can see it's cropped, not even symetrically:

    https://photos.app.goo.gl/v1o6DSlkKpwIXDW83 video

  16. kpoyser
    Gingerbread Nov 2, 2017

    kpoyser , Nov 2, 2017 :
    remember video resolution is either 1080p or 4k. At Mac resolution still photos are shot at 4k except when shot while doing a 1080p video recording. Therefore if you don't what "cropping" to take place during video shoots you would have to record in 4k.

    So the video is not being cropped, what you are seeing is 1080p resolution in the screen

  17. PPetukhov
    Cupcake Nov 2, 2017

    PPetukhov , Nov 2, 2017 :
    it doesn't make sense. Any other camera will shoot the same frame, no matter what resolution is. You will simply get less pixel density. And besides, the front camera dies not have 4k at all, and it is cropped.

  18. F_Akhil_rlCY
    Froyo Nov 2, 2017

  19. flocsy
    Cupcake Nov 5, 2017

    flocsy , Nov 5, 2017 :
    To be honest, I don't care how many pixels I'll get in the picture or what density it is. What I do care is that when I'm shooting, I position the camera so that the "composition" I want to film is ON THE SCREEN. And I would like the same composition to see on the generated video. The whole of it.

    In other words if the camera app would just "hide" those parts on my screen would be good enough. It could just draw a black frame...
    BTW I tried it with Open Camera, and it's the same behaviour as with the default camera app.

  20. LOCKDOWN117
    Ice Cream Sandwich Nov 5, 2017

    LOCKDOWN117 , Nov 5, 2017 :
    because EIS crops the frame to achieve stable video.