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  1. #1
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    mmapi snapshot - size

    Hello I am trying to get a sized snapshot with the default image encoding:

    videoControl.getSnapshot("encoding=png&width=80&height=60");

    or just:
    videoControl.getSnapshot("width=80&height=60");

    Both results in a MediaException: not supported format on the Nokia 6230 MIDP Concept SDK Beta 0.2.

    The only accepted way is calling:
    getSnapshot(null);

    Testing it on the real device: 3650 everything just works fine.

    Is this a bug in the emulator?
    If not - is there a list of nokia devices supporting sized snapshots?

    Thanks & Best regards
    Paul

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    Nokia 6230 do not supports video capture!

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    Not the 6230 but the emulator!

    Please check again what I wrote, I was talking about the emulator:

    Nokia 6230 MIDP Concept SDK Beta 0.2 (shipping with the nds2.2)

    and the real device:

    Nokia 3650

    the source can be found at:
    http://ebcrew.ieb.net/~phackenberger...t/snapshot.zip

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    The Nokia 6230 MIDP Concept SDK emulates 6230 phone.
    Nokia 3650 supports Series 60 Developer Platform 1.0 and
    allows to specify video encoding (png, bmp and jpeg for
    Nokia phones) and size of the snapshot screen (default 80x60).
    Nokia 6230 supports Series 40 Developer Platform 2.0 and do not allows video capture and getSnapshot method attributes.
    getSnapshot(null) means: use default attribites for current phone (png encoding and size 80x60 for Nokia).

    For more info see
    "Mobile_Media_API_Implementation_In_Nokia_Developer_Platforms_v1_0_en.pdf "
    from forum.nokia.com.

    rs

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    Thanks for your answer - besides the default resolution for the 6230 (it is 160x120) everything is now clear and makes sense to me.

    Thanks again
    Paul

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