- Amount of HDR with dynamic EV steps
- Amount of flash
- Exposure time for improved low-light results
Whats the problem ?
The phone which supports Rich captures and if they do have good internal storage say 16 GB / 32 GB then there will not be likely any problem. The phone with 4 GB / 8 GB of storage often come in situation where they need to use SD card location as there primary storage location.
Now, when we select the default location to SD Card the Rich Capture feature wont work. This has been tested on Lumia 640 XL. We will see the “Choose the best lighting” option for editing the image in rich capture mode but that will not work.
We even tried to do a reset of the phone but things remain same. We dis some R&D on our own to figure out the possible ways to fix it. Here are the changes we made,
- Changed the default apps installation location to “This Device” from SD Card.
- Changed the default Pictures save location to “This Device” from SD Card.
Next after that we went again to Windows Camera and tried to capture an image. We we select the “Choose the best lighting” option this time we were able to find a missing plugin installation for this feature to work. The plugin is “Microsoft Photos Plus-in”
Here is the link to download that if it works on your device then.
After again selecting “Choose the best lighting” option Wolla….. This time we were able to edit the image and are able to set the best lighting conditions too.
Watch the Demo:
Here is the complete demo that you can watch for all the stuffs that we discussed.
Did you felt the same problem in your Lumia too ?
Thanks for reading.