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Using the Device Camera without CameraUI

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Oct 05, 2014

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Hello,

I am building an iOS Application with this code here: Flex Use the camera without cameraUI

The Aim is to render some text in the picture. The picture of the Device Camera is projected onto the Screen with some Text as "Real-Time-Preview". Some Examples are here: http://ilovemyhoodapp.tumblr.com/

The Problem is, that i only can access the VIDEO Camera of the Device but not the PHOTO Camera. If you are switching between the default cam Application in iOS there is a noticeable difference between the PHOTO and the VIDEO Camera/Format as you can see.

In Video the Objects are kind of bigger/closer, so I like the PHOTO-Mode a lot more and want to use that for my app.

Anybody can help here?

Thanks in advance,

Chris

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Using the Device Camera without CameraUI

Community Beginner ,
Oct 05, 2014

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Hello,

I am building an iOS Application with this code here: Flex Use the camera without cameraUI

The Aim is to render some text in the picture. The picture of the Device Camera is projected onto the Screen with some Text as "Real-Time-Preview". Some Examples are here: http://ilovemyhoodapp.tumblr.com/

The Problem is, that i only can access the VIDEO Camera of the Device but not the PHOTO Camera. If you are switching between the default cam Application in iOS there is a noticeable difference between the PHOTO and the VIDEO Camera/Format as you can see.

In Video the Objects are kind of bigger/closer, so I like the PHOTO-Mode a lot more and want to use that for my app.

Anybody can help here?

Thanks in advance,

Chris

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