Computational Photography: The magic of smartphone videography

Storytelling techniques have developed over the years. From touch and suggestion to narrative to demonstration, we have found new ways to engage the audience when it comes to telling our story. Advances in technology have helped every generation to introduce a new form. Now, with the rapid advancement of digital reality, we are at the beginning of a new era in storytelling. Items such as images, sound effects, filters used to display stories are now being used as amazing visual synchronization while helping you capture all the right moments.

Content on the go

With experience in R&D, I know the importance of keeping up-to-date and up-to-date with the latest trends of social media. Today, short videos have taken over the world and featured images as shared content on social media. In fact, we have seen smartphone users download more than 200 million videos in one month. From the mere use of the content, there is a shift in content creation, and everyone today now intends to be a content creator. Videos are now one of the most important forms of engagement.

According to Hubspot, there has been a 71% increase in video usage by 2020 compared to 2019, and 6 out of 10 people prefer to watch a video with something rather than read about it. In addition to watching more videos, people also make more videos. In addition, a recent CMR report also highlighted that 5G has enabled explosive growth in the creation of video content, especially short-form videos, among consumers.

Today, there is a hidden content creator for all of us. I am a content creator now and so are my children, my wife, and my neighbors’ thanks to the small gadget in our pockets. Now we all want to create quality movie videos as a technology that allows us. With smartphones, there is no limit to how much and what one can do and test.

Let’s see how it is done.

We’ve seen people with their big DSLRs and a lot of high-quality video capture lenses. The growing trend and interest in video creation have led to the need for an integrated device. Given the need to keep smartphones and their cameras relatively compact, in terms of pure optics and physics, there is no way that smartphones can compete with large, sophisticated lenses used on high-tech cameras. To achieve the premium video quality of the DSLR level, to have the most powerful smartphone hardware, is not enough.

This is where computer-generated images enter the image, allowing users to shoot anything, anywhere, anytime. The same content can be edited on a smartphone without the use of a computer or any complex editing applications. What made this feature a rising star is AI in the video – which gives users the freedom of videography by integrating a suite of algorithms to get the effective performance of light, color, and clarity in response to a variety of situations. Adding to this is the emergence of computerized photography. Smartphones have been able to harness the growing power of computing, as well as advanced cloud technology, to surpass the traditional hardware of the smartphone camera.

As a result, smartphones today can achieve the same results on high-end professional cameras and sometimes even mimic high-end cameras. In practice, computerized photography to produce images in conjunction with state-of-the-art camera equipment, basic technology must first be trained using a lot of data. Only by conducting an in-depth study of large picture libraries and high-quality samples where technology can accurately detect image features, component segments, and pixel-based operations.

Add to full features like Full Dimension Fusion (FDF) Portrait Video system, Augmented portrait video experience for users. It gives them the ability to explore unlimited possibilities and gives them the confidence to capture videos, no matter what the light conditions. All of this is done with the complete integration of both hardware and software algorithms. One example of a software algorithm can be seen in the Bokeh Flare Portrait video feature on the latest smartphones. Using the AI ‚Äč‚Äčalgorithm Bokeh Flare Portrait Video identify real light sources in the background and create bright bokeh environments with a deep field photo blur effect, mimicking professional cameras.

The way forward

Smartphones with computer graphics and AI techniques have become the ultimate solution for any user looking to create quality content quickly and redefine the future of smartphone videography in the industry. Technology brings us closer to the right place, and with the integration of new camera-led features, social media, AI, AR, VR, and 5G, we look at the endless possibilities we can create and explore together.

Our R&D center is constantly working on things like this to provide complete information to our customers and we hope that with the advent of 5G, we can reach more applications and do what we never thought possible. Technology and 5G hold our future together and without one, the other cannot be established.

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