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On iPhone 12 models, iPhone 13 models, and iPhone 14 models, iPhone records video in HDR and shares HDR videos with devices using iOS 13.4, iPadOS 13.4, macOS 10.15.4, or later; other devices receive an SDR version of the same video. To turn off HDR recording, go to Settings > Camera > Record Video, then turn off HDR Video.

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On iPhone 13 models and iPhone 14 models, the Lock Camera setting prevents automatic switching between cameras while recording video. Lock Camera is off by default. To turn on Lock Camera, go to Settings > Camera > Record Video, then turn on Lock Camera.

On iPhone 14 models, the Enhanced Stabilization setting zooms in slightly to provide improved stabilization while recording in Video mode and Cinematic mode. Enhanced Stabilization is on by default. To turn Enhanced Stabilization off, go to Settings > Camera > Record Video, then turn off Enhanced Stabilization.

720P HD Resolution - Advanced optical lens with fix-focus and light correction function, the webcam will get the picture fixed focus whether in light/dark environments. You will always look great and natural on camera in any lighting condition.

Most TV models have menu settings that automatically determines the best way to show the picture on the screen. Depending on your TV type, these general steps are provided to turn on or off the Auto Wide feature. Check your TV manuals for model-specific information.

The shader is close to xrgb-mini scanlines at 720p, but setting it to 3x causes uneven thickness of scanlines, even at integer scaling. It also has the brightness adjustment just like the settings in xrgb-mini.

I have the same setup (Lakka on RPi3) and have been using the scanline overlay for 720p (at 25%) with the sharp bilinear simple shader for getting better looking horizontal stretching. It looks OK for me and runs great, in fact I notice no performance hit whatsoever.

Ive gone though two Pro 4's and both have the same issue. At night you have a very dark image outside even if you adjust brightness, even though there is a street light outside which goes off at 1am. Turn off HDR and the image goes to colour and picks up detail really well with the street light on. Turn HDR back on and its black almost, you can see my porch door only. (without spotlight and colour on) when its pitch black after the lights go off it stays the same pitch black, I can't see anything yet movement makes the IR brightness leap up for a few seconds, which is useless as you cant see what the camera caught. Now if I move the camera into a dark cupboard the image is great really bright night vision and no the spotlight does not come on, so what's going on when its pitch black outside my porch with the camera in night mode only. I don't want to be forced to use the spotlight as I prefer not drawing attention to the cam and I don't need colour night vision all the time.Also in my camera roll I downloaded an image from my Pro 4 when its in Library mode the thumbnail has all the detail clear as day (captured in IR only) but when you tap on the thumbnail to expand it the image it goes black as it opens up, just like night vision mode in the app live streaming when the light is off outside, yet when it goes back to thumbnail view it shows up all the detail outside my porch brightly and as I said with plenty of detail. Something isn't right here with either 3.5 app and the new pro firmware and/or iOS 14.7. Its a mess tbh, an expensive mess. Is this a known bug?

No I'm not, but last night I had IR brightness at full power for maybe less than 1 second when it caught a hedgehog. If I am in my wheelchair and come round to face the camera and its armed the LED's light at full brightness illuminating the ground and myself clearly on my iPhone. Surely if it was auto exposure wouldn't it produce dark images 24/7 even when armed?

I will do when it gets dark, I've been using the spotlight and colour setting with HDR at the moment with the otherwise it just does not work properly as mentioned so I will upload tomorrow if there is movement of Foxes and Hedgehogs etc.

They do. It does a short while (less than a second) for LEDs to come up to full brightness. But I think the high contrast due to the wall reflection is the big problem here - the image of the ground is dark all the time, and I think that is because the autoexposure is dialed back due to the bright illumination on the wall.

No I'm not, but last night I had IR brightness at full power for maybe less than 1 second when it caught a hedgehog. If I am in my wheelchair and come round to face the camera and its armed the LED's light at full brightness illuminating the ground and myself clearly on my iPhone. Surely if it was auto exposure wouldn't it produce dark images 24/7 even when armed? They work fine if they are triggered by an event like the fox, even maximum brightness is achieved, when placed in a small cupboard the IR lights up at full brightness bouncing off four walls and a shut door, about 3 foot square and that would cause all sorts of exposure issues I would have thought, there is no reason I can see for the IR LEDS to come on at full brightness and illuminate the ground if it sees movement when armed with no exposure issues but does not when its just in live view. Maybe the Pro 4 has some power saving mode possibly? Having had two Pro 4 devices do this I'm wondering if its a firmware issue, as I said full brightness is achieved for however long an object triggers the PIR when armed and is in view of the PIR and you can see the ground clearly, but just not in live view. Thanks for your help I really appreciate your thoughts, I hope you can see my point of view too. Why does it illuminate at full brightness when armed but not reach full brightness in live view when not armed, it should do full brightness in live view too when not armed surely, or am I missing something? Thanks once again.

A soothing adaptive night light of multiple colors adjusts to the brightness of the room, gently illuminating a dark nursery for your baby. Easily controlled from the parent viewer or directly with one-touch.

The XBox Live update in question was released early in December, and was derided out of the gate for a new Terms of Use that prevents users from bringing class-action lawsuits against the company. The same update has turned out to produce some display problems and highly questionable restrictions on video content.

Users have found that colors in the dashboard and during video playback are now washed out and blacks are less black, though color during gameplay appears unaffected. Microsoft has also restricted the resolution of non-Zune videos to 720p resolution, as found in tests by Eurogamer, while Zune videos are able to play at full 1080p resolution.

Finally we have our brand new video playback test. Here we've got a copy of the last Harry Potter movie with the credits stripped out (1:58:00 running time), transcoded to a 720p High Profile H.264 video with a 4Mbps average bit rate, playing back in a loop until the battery dies.

All of the new LCD TV models offer crisp, detailed picture clarity with its Intelligent Scene Controller, which includes backlight control and gamma correction. The backlight is automatically turned down in dark scenes resulting in deeper, richer blacks, while the gamma correction in both bright and dark scenes enables detailed picture reproduction. All models also feature an SD card slot, and HDMI inputs with EZ-Sync HDAVI-Control that allows users to connect multiple components without the hassle of multiple wires and remotes. The new EZ-Sync remote enables users to jump to various connected equipment with a simple push of a button.

The start-up time for a Panasonic LIFI HDTV is a reportedly a fraction of the time it takes for a traditional LCD projection set to start-up. This is because the light source does not use electrodes and the LIFI bulb is 1/8 the size found in an HID lamp, so the temperature rises more rapidly, enabling a faster start-up. The actual time from the moment the set is turned on until there is a picture is now reduced from 60 seconds or more to approximately 10 seconds.

All models include LIFI light source, 3000:1 contrast ratio, 400 cd/2 brightness, full-range speaker speakers rated at 20-watts output, HDMI (front-1, rear-2), PC input, SD Card Slot, and EZ Sync. Additional features of the LCX70 Series include: a new 0.69-inch 720p LCD Panel and all Black Cosmetics. Additional features of the LCZ70 Series include: a new 0.74-inch 1080p LCD panel, and a Piano Black cabinet.

The full line, both 720p and 1080p, also offers an improved EZ-Sync remote to link Panasonic home entertainment and video products to allow seamless control of the entire system by using only one remote. Finally all new models for 2007 have a SD Memory Card slot with Photo Viewer that transforms consumer model Panasonic Plasma TVs into digital photo galleries. By utilizing high definition photographic images available from GalleryPlayer (the first-ever collection of high definition art and photographic images) that are embedded on the SD cards, the consumer has access to thousands of images ranging from art masterpieces to dazzling photographs. GalleryPlayer's content partners include National Geographic, MoMA, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The New York Times and Time-Life.

We can image all of these galaxies and start to see that there are not just, you know, 2,500 or several thousand stars, but there are millions, billions, even trillions of stars. And every time we get some new estimate of how many stars there are, it turns out that there are way more than that, and the number only keeps going up it seems. And yet we've got this contrary behavior to what happened in the past before when we could only see a little bit and only know it from a distance. Now that we can see a little closer, see how much more vast it is, it seems like fewer and fewer people are believing in a God who created it, which is almost upside down from what it should be.


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