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Video Blurry
#1
Anyone know how to get the video stablized on Android 8.1?  Picture fluctuates between clear and blurry.  I've set the screen size and font size but it's nothing like setting the resolution.

Thanks in advance.
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#2
It's because the HDMI output seems to be defaulting to the defined BaseDisplayInfo settings for the "Built-in Screen" which has a resolution of 1024x600. I'm assuming this is the native resolution for the PINE64 7" LCD display that this build mentions in the release notes. I was able to change the resolution by opening an ADB shell and then running the wm size command followed by the desired resolution. In my case it looked like this:

rk3399_mid:/ $ wm size 1920x1080

Obviously you can change the desired resolution to match your display's native resolution and orientation.

Curiously, there is a defined "HDMI Screen" that is set to 1920x1080. I wonder if the interfaces were mixed up and users who connect the 7" display to the DSI/eDP ribbon will be see nothing since their 1024x600 screen will be trying to output 1080p.
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(02-06-2019, 06:45 AM)b0lshevik Wrote: It's because the HDMI output seems to be defaulting to the defined BaseDisplayInfo settings for the "Built-in Screen" which has a resolution of 1024x600. I'm assuming this is the native resolution for the PINE64 7" LCD display that this build mentions in the release notes. I was able to change the resolution by opening an ADB shell and then running the wm size command followed by the desired resolution. In my case it looked like this:

rk3399_mid:/ $ wm size 1920x1080

Obviously you can change the desired resolution to match your display's native resolution and orientation.

Curiously, there is a defined "HDMI Screen" that is set to 1920x1080. I wonder if the interfaces were mixed up and users who connect the 7" display to the DSI/eDP ribbon will be see nothing since their 1024x600 screen will be trying to output 1080p.

Thanks on the explanation. We will release a new build soon that has 1920x1080 UI that works with ROCKPro64 and also Pinebook Pro.
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