ARchtectview in fact does not handle aspect ratio out of the box but scales up to the given space in your layout. Upcoming SDK 2.1 will handle view-scaling better. In case you can't wait for some weeks to test it on new SDK you may use Android's Camera.Size, read its values upfront and then defina height/width of architectview according aspect ratio. You may center the view in your layout and define a background color of your parent view (e.g. black) which is shown when cam-aspect ratio does not fir display aspect-ratio.
Kind regards, Andreas
almost 6 years ago
I'm experiencing aspect ratio issues in ArchitectView. I do not really want to use fullscreen mode, so I've noticed, that the camera image is pretty deformed. If I decrease view height, it is even more visible. I've even tried to put it in fullscreen, but it still keeps deforming the image. I suspect that the software buttons (I have Nexus 4) are included in the computed height. The same issue affects all the examples. When I run SimpleARBrowserActivity, the image is also deformed compared to official Camera app. Is there anything I can do? This library is pretty pricey for this to happen (it shouldn't even happen when ActionBar is visible - the fullscreen mode seems to be a lazy workaround, but it does not work either), and we need to make it right for our customers. Thanks for any help!