there is some barrel distortion and vignetting (the photos were taken at full wide-angle).
Please test bracketing in custom timer and report 'free memory' in playback and shooting mode (Miscellaneous stuff -> Show memory info). Also check whether DNGs are saved in the JPEG file's directory when 'RAW file folder' is set to 'withJPG' in the RAW menu.
Free memory: 242960 bytes
However, I've found a new bug - it's the Edge Overlay mode. The overlay itself is corrupted, it basically looks like a bunch of pixelated, red color noise. Take a look at the attached photos.EDIT: Zebra Mode also doesn't work - the same red noise is displayed, only not so dense
There's also a minor bug, the rotating control dial is inverted. In Canon menus, rotate clockwise to move down (the correct way). However, in CHDK menus, rotate clockwise to move up.
Memory related crash? Never encountered one, not yet - at least in my case.
Can we say that RAW (DNG), Override Av values and bracketing via custom timer are now fully operational? I mean, may we call it completed and move over to Edge Overlay and Zebra?
Cool, wrong framebuffer address... Guessing framebuffers blindly isn't my favourite occupation. I'll see if I can do something about that.
Got it. The bug was affecting the 101a port because the address of viewport_buffers was the one used in 100a.The attached test build corrects the jogdial direction and the framebuffer addresses. I'd like to know whether zebra, etc. displays correctly or not.
Edge Overlay / Zebra / Histogram = OKControl dial direction = OK
- When you select the "Hold" option in Canon's "Review image after shooting" setting, some CHDK functions don't work properly (they just halt when you execute them) - scripts don't continue after their first command, creation of badpixel.bin file fails - in essence, any function that requires some kind of automation fails, because the camera "holds" the first image and waits for a half-press to continue. I believe it was explained somewhere in the CHDK manual, can't remember.
- There are no bitrate and mute-on-zoom video setting in any SX170 build of CHDK so far, I believe it's because they didn't make any particular difference to the video quality.
Thanks.I think I'll commit the changes and release the port as alpha for the autobuild, unless somebody has objections.
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