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Author Topic: Full image size when using 720p  (Read 4253 times)

Crp

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Full image size when using 720p
« on: May 10, 2014, 11:32:50 AM »

Hi,
I want to use the camera on 720p (1280x720) but when i set the the video profile like this:

Frame size   1280x720
View window area 1280x720

i dont get the full sensor image, only the zoomed-in image.
When i want the full sensor image, i have to set it on:

Frame size   1920x1080
View window area 1920x1080

but i want to use it on 1280x720, how do i fix this problem ?
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RYAT3

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Re: Full image size when using 720p
« Reply #1 on: May 10, 2014, 03:25:13 PM »

What f/w are you using? I'm on 1.10

I have no issues. Was going to post a screenshot but this website doesn't allow attachments.
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Re: Full image size when using 720p
« Reply #2 on: May 11, 2014, 07:49:46 AM »

I have no issues. Was going to post a screenshot but this website doesn't allow attachments.

Not ideal, but the only option: D-Link Forum - Adding Screenshots In a Post
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Re: Full image size when using 720p
« Reply #3 on: May 11, 2014, 09:02:22 AM »

i both tried 1.10 and 1.20
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Re: Full image size when using 720p
« Reply #4 on: May 11, 2014, 01:39:57 PM »

As fas as I can tell, you've stumbled on the same firmware bug I encountered a while ago.

Profile 1 must always be set to 1080p.  Any setting other than 1080p for Profile 1 will "break" the other profiles and cause them to appear "zoomed in" relative to what the camera actually sees.

You can set Profile 2 to 720p and use that for your 720p feed, but leave Profile 1 as 1080p.

By the way, once this happens, the camera may stick in this condition even if you change Profile 1 back to 1080p.   If you can't get it to look correct again, try changing the aspect ratio to 4:3, saving, then switching it back to 16:9.
« Last Edit: May 11, 2014, 01:44:54 PM by belvedere »
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RYAT3

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Re: Full image size when using 720p
« Reply #5 on: May 12, 2014, 05:09:24 AM »


Thanks belvedere.  Never tried that and don't intend too.
P1 in 1080 and p2 in 720.



As fas as I can tell, you've stumbled on the same firmware bug I encountered a while ago.

Profile 1 must always be set to 1080p.  Any setting other than 1080p for Profile 1 will "break" the other profiles and cause them to appear "zoomed in" relative to what the camera actually sees.

You can set Profile 2 to 720p and use that for your 720p feed, but leave Profile 1 as 1080p.

By the way, once this happens, the camera may stick in this condition even if you change Profile 1 back to 1080p.   If you can't get it to look correct again, try changing the aspect ratio to 4:3, saving, then switching it back to 16:9.
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Re: Full image size when using 720p
« Reply #6 on: May 12, 2014, 05:36:43 AM »

As fas as I can tell, you've stumbled on the same firmware bug I encountered a while ago.

Profile 1 must always be set to 1080p.  Any setting other than 1080p for Profile 1 will "break" the other profiles and cause them to appear "zoomed in" relative to what the camera actually sees.

You can set Profile 2 to 720p and use that for your 720p feed, but leave Profile 1 as 1080p.

By the way, once this happens, the camera may stick in this condition even if you change Profile 1 back to 1080p.   If you can't get it to look correct again, try changing the aspect ratio to 4:3, saving, then switching it back to 16:9.

I added this to the firmware wishlist thread.
DCS-2230 - Firmware Wishlist
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Re: Full image size when using 720p
« Reply #7 on: May 12, 2014, 10:51:38 AM »

As fas as I can tell, you've stumbled on the same firmware bug I encountered a while ago.

Profile 1 must always be set to 1080p.  Any setting other than 1080p for Profile 1 will "break" the other profiles and cause them to appear "zoomed in" relative to what the camera actually sees.

You can set Profile 2 to 720p and use that for your 720p feed, but leave Profile 1 as 1080p.

By the way, once this happens, the camera may stick in this condition even if you change Profile 1 back to 1080p.   If you can't get it to look correct again, try changing the aspect ratio to 4:3, saving, then switching it back to 16:9.

Yes, it worked. You are right about the profile trick. I knew it was something like that but is a while ago i configured the camera. Thanks for the explanation
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