QuoteThe number should be the number of the line with the problem.Yeah, line 6 in a 2 line script.
The number should be the number of the line with the problem.
Yeah, but they all are preset functions. If I try changing them beyond anything, don't they just fail to work, since CHDK functions are designed to only output specific values? So for example, if set_mode(1) is video mode, set_mode(2) is auto mode, and set_mode(3) is sports mode, if there is a certain hidden mode, if I use set_mode(4), it won't actually trigger that mode since CHDK doesn't have that value to inject into the camera, right?
For example, these Unused Paint Jobs were found by me, because when I extracted the ASSETS.DAT data file, which contained the game data files, there was a txt file which was by the devs that signified that there was supposed to be an Enamel paint job type, which isn't in the game, and I found it, among another two paint types which aren't even documented.
Is there a chance I can brick my camera by directly writing to the addresses?
Is there perhaps a tutorial where I can see how to do this?
Is there actual information for the S3IS addresses for all the things CHDK uses? I mean, CHDK itself needs to know which address to write where when I override the shutter speed, or ISO, or Aperture. set_capture_mode() is a function if I understand correctly that CHDK uses to inject a custom value into the memory address of the camera to do this.
If I could emulate the S3IS firmware on my computer, like what I do with the PS2 games, I could use Cheat Engine, see which address changes when a certain mode is changed, and directly write to it, and then when I know what to write where, I'd be able to use Poke, and simply write to that address, however, it seems you need to know how the firmware itself works before doing anything.
If only these sprites were of any use.
You wouldn't believe what I found at addresses 0x00277B98 and 0x00279FDC. I found 160x120 and 1024x768. I think these are hidden video resolution modes.Does this mean the S3IS has hidden modes? Does this mean that it's possible to film videos at a higher resolution? Is there perhaps a way I can engage them from this information? Or do I need to know some other stuff? I apologize about asking so many questions. I just can't find this information anywhere.
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