Former Writer · Jul 28, 2012 at 04:00 am

Improve HTC One S Camera Experience with ZeroCamera

We’ve brought you news of camera mods being ported and released across XDA. With popular HTC devices such as the Sensation and EVO LTE receiving camera mods, it was only a matter of time before other members of HTC’s lineup including  the HTC One S were given such changes.

Called ZeroCamera, the mod focuses more on video quality rather than picture quality, but includes both. Developed by XDA Senior Member zeroprobe, the mod increases video quality during 1080p recording. The result is a much cleaner, much better video experience for users.

The encoding settings available are:

20Mbps / JPEG 100
20Mbps / JPEG 100 + Volume Shutter
40Mbps / JPEG 100
40Mbps / JPEG 100 + Volume Shutter
Stock 12Mbps
Stock 12Mbps / JPEG 100
Stock 12Mbps / JPEG 100 + Volume Shutter
Stock 12Mbps + Volume Shutter

For download links, screen shots, and more, check out the original thread.


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