Yes, I have tried to use SetJpegQuality(100), but it seem not impact output Exif file quality.
Originally Posted by wizard_hu_
The following is taken from the document. It seems this function is not directed against a still image, but for video.
virtual void SetJpegQuality(TInt aQuality)=0;
Sets the quality value to use if jpeg is a supported image for video format.
Ignored if jpeg is not a supported image for video format.
TInt aQuality The quality value to use, clamped to the range 1 to 100.