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    Unhappy How to Capture Images continuously and faster

    hi,
    I am developing an application in J2ME which have to processes images continuously taken from mobile camera. Its purpose is to detect the movement of the mobile and move an object on the screen. i am using

    videoControl.getSnapshot("encoding=png&width=100&height=100");

    to take images. But the problem is that it is taking about 4 sec to capture next image. It is very slow process.
    Is there any way to get image faster?

    Since mobile camera has 15 fps Video Recording Frame Rate, Cant we use that capability to capture images faster?

    Another problem is the shutter sound. Is there any way to disable it?

    Currently I am targeting for Nokia E5.

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    Re: How to Capture Images continuously and faster

    Hello bipinbaglung,

    and welcome to Nokia Developer Discussion Boards!

    Unfortunately there is very little what can be done to accelerate the capture speed of that device. This is partly because of device platform specific way of handling captured images.

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    Re: How to Capture Images continuously and faster

    Quote Originally Posted by bipinbaglung View Post
    hi,
    I am developing an application in J2ME which have to processes images continuously taken from mobile camera. Its purpose is to detect the movement of the mobile and move an object on the screen. i am using

    videoControl.getSnapshot("encoding=png&width=100&height=100");

    to take images. But the problem is that it is taking about 4 sec to capture next image. It is very slow process.
    Is there any way to get image faster?

    Since mobile camera has 15 fps Video Recording Frame Rate, Cant we use that capability to capture images faster?

    Another problem is the shutter sound. Is there any way to disable it?

    Currently I am targeting for Nokia E5.
    For your shutter sound try with tunerControl if your device supports AMMS.
    Regards,
    Pradip

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    Re: How to Capture Images continuously and faster

    Quote Originally Posted by r2j7 View Post
    Hello bipinbaglung,

    and welcome to Nokia Developer Discussion Boards!

    Unfortunately there is very little what can be done to accelerate the capture speed of that device. This is partly because of device platform specific way of handling captured images.

    Regards,
    r2j7
    Thanks for your heartily welcome.
    what is the little that can be done on this device? If it is possible in other devices , which device do i have to take and what method do i have to follow? Would you please explain more?

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