I offer a different view: He doesn't have a clue
Thanks for your reply. I did not know about that. I wonder how difficult it would be to insert the missing frames later, in some kind of off-line script that has access to all the frames.Video frames streamed by Tello are either low quality full frames (iframes), or incomplete delta frames (slices). Inside the app I just move the frame data around and rely on Android-internal mechanisms to decode them.
I don't actually have access to each individual image that is created from these frames. I could access them (I do for example in TelloMe), but handling images instead of frame data is painfully slow. I'd need to understand the performance implications of such a change and I have no clue of the side effects.
No problem, I understand. Thanks for replying, anyway!I am not aware of a function in android to do this at the OS system level. Maybe there exists a special driver to normalize the values?
At the app level this function doesn't exist, and since you are the second person to ask over several years it certainly isn't a mainstream requirement. So i hesitate to clutter the already overloaded controller settings even more to implement it.