Video Resolutions HexCode lists

nklh

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I actually use 1 script by µSD to easily switch between resolutions :

1 µSD for 720p at 120fps
1 µSD for 1296p at 30fps
1 µSD for 1200p at 60fps

This is pretty convenient and faster than any other ways to do it.
Take me some time to find those so I share it with you guys.
HexCode_Byte=resolution fps
Code:
02=2304x1296 30
03=1920x1080 60
06=1920x1080 30
0c=1600x1200 60
0d=1600x1200 30
0f=1280x 720 60
11=1280x 720 30
12= 848x 480 60
16=1280x 960 60
17=1280x 960 30
19= 720x 400 30
1A= 640x 360 30
1b= 640x 480 60
1c= 640x 480 30
1d= 432x 240 30
20=1920x1080 48
21=1920x1080 24
23=1600x1200 48
24=1600x1200 24
25=1280x 960 48
26=1280x 960 24
27=1280x 720 48
28=1280x 720 24
29= 848x 480 48
2A= 848x 480 24
2B= 640x 480 48
2C= 640x 480 24
34=1280x 720 120
35= 640x 480 120
36= 640x 480 240
37= 848x 480 240
38= 848x 480 120
the last I tested was 39 because I only wanted the highspeeds ones. Feel free to complete if there is more.
cheers.
 

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These are all of them extracted from the firmware. Some of them don't work of course.

Code:
0    2560x1440 30P 16:9
1    2560x1080 30P 21:9
2    2304x1296 30P 16:9
3    1920x1080 60P 16:9
4    1920x1080 45P 16:9
5    1920x1080 40P 16:9
6    1920x1080 30P 16:9
7    HDR 1920x1080 30P 16:9
8    1920x1080 60I 16:9
9    1440x1080 60P 16:9
A    1440x1080 30P 16:9
B    1440x1080 60I 16:9
C    1600x1200 60P 4:3
D    1600x1200 30P 4:3
E    1600x900 30P 16:9
F    1280x720 60P 16:9
10    HDR 1280x720 30P 16:9
11    1280x720 30P 16:9
12    848x480 60P 16:9
13    848x480 30P 16:9
14    720x480 60P 16:9
15    720x480 30P 4:3
16    1280x960 60P 4:3
17    1280x960 30P 4:3
18    960x540 30P 16:9
19    720x400 30P 16:9
1A    640x360 30P 16:9
1B    640x480 60P 4:3
1C    640x480 30P 4:3
1D    432x240 30P 16:9
1E    320x240 30P 4:3
1F    352x240 30P 4:3
20    1920x1080 48P 16:9
21    1920x1080 24P 16:9
22    1920x1080 15P 16:9
23    1600x1200 48P 4:3
24    1600x1200 24P 4:3
25    1280x960 48P 4:3
26    1280x960 24P 4:3
27    1280x720 48P 16:9
28    1280x720 24P 16:9
29    848x480 48P 16:9
2A    848x480 24P 16:9
2B    640x480 48P 4:3
2C    640x480 24P 4:3
2D    Precise
2E    Burst Cont
2F    Burst
30    Precise Cont
31    432x240 120P 16:9
32    432x240 240P 16:9
33    320x240 120P 4:3
34    1280x720 120P 16:9
35    640x480 120P 4:3
36    640x480 240P 4:3
37    848x480 240P 16:9
38    848x480 120P 16:9
 

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Hi @nklh µSD sounds like a kind of special microSD card, could you explain more about this? e.g. some pictures & some instruction how to use to list-up all the YiCam's resolution list ?
thanks in advanced!
 
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@luckylz nope it's just regular microSD card. just my laziness as µSD is shorter to write than microSD.
As I use a modded Yimax Script on each µSD that set wanted resolution on boot.
32GB sandisk with YiMax Script starting with 1296p.
16GB Samsung with YiMax Script starting with 1200p at 60fps
8GB Kingston with YiMax Script starting with 720p at 120fps

Only have 3 resolutions and different brand of µSD so it's pretty simple to remember the differences but I planned first to put a sticker on each with the effective "on start resolution".

To list all working resolution I just tried them all :S (modifying the script reboot the Yi connect with the app to read the displayed resolution.)
Code:
#set video resolution to 1600x1200 60fps
writeb 0xC06CC426 0x0C
the code is "0C" for 1200 at 60p last 2 characters of "writeb" line. (the resolution byte)
 

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