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Old April 3rd, 2011, 08:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Post your pictures and videos (so I can compare quality)! I noticed the stuttering still existed on the video camera on all 3 wifi xooms I had. Oh well, my phone is my primary camera/recorder anyways.

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Yes it looks like I live in a jungle, sorry....

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You're just showing off. Dang beach dwellers...:P
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stuttering is most likely caused by apps requesting processor time and arent letting go sufficiently to buffer the ram when using camera or video camera mode. ive made a couple of vids in the full resolution and didnt have any stuttering or delay.
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Very nice picture.
I would go out and take one of my brown, cold, rainy back yard here in NY, but, well, it would just be too damned depressing! Lol.
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stuttering is most likely caused by apps requesting processor time and arent letting go sufficiently to buffer the ram when using camera or video camera mode. ive made a couple of vids in the full resolution and didnt have any stuttering or delay.
Is there anything that governs priority of apps (that a developer could change in a custom ROM...) similar to Windows?
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