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“On” is not selected for “Activation” of “Priority stream”, and “JPEG” is not selected for “Stream
type”. (®page 157)
Check the following before changing the picture (camera) mode setting from a 3 mega pixel setting to
a 1.3 mega pixel setting.
“2048x1536” is not selected for “Image capture size” of “JPEG”.
11.2 Configure the settings relating to the aspect
ratio [JPEG/H.264] (SW355, SW352, SF346, SF342,
SF336, SF335, SF332, SW316L, SW316, SW314,
SP306, SP305, SP302, SW155, SW152, SF135, SF132,
SP105, SP102, SW115)
SW155, SW152, SW115, SF135, SF132, SP105, and SP102 do not support MPEG-4.
Click the [JPEG/H.264] tab on the “Image/Audio” page. (®page 42, page 44)
[Aspect ratio]
Select “4:3” or “16:9” for the aspect ratio.
Default: 4:3
Aspect ratio of 16:9 is unavailable for the MPEG-4 images.
When selecting “16:9” for “Aspect ratio”, “H.264” is automatically set for “Video encoding format”.
Image adjustment functions are activated for the angle of view in the aspect ratio of 4:3 even while
“16:9” is being selected for “Aspect ratio”. When setting the mask area for the back light compensation
(BLC) function, it is recommended to configure the setting after selecting “4:3” for “Aspect ratio”.
When “On” is selected for “VIQS” and the setting value for “Aspect ratio” is changed from “4:3” to
“16:9”, make sure that the VIQS setting value does not exceed the maximum designated range.
Area masking under the backlight compensation (BLC) function can be set only when the aspect ratio
is “4:3”. If the aspect ratio is changed to “16:9” after setting the backlight compensation function, the
mask area setting is maintained.
76 Operating Instructions
11 Configure the settings relating to images and audio [Image/Audio]