Q: Must I hold camera without any motion during taking the photograph?
A: You should try to move the camera as little as you can, but you do not have to stand stock-still. The most important thing is the absence of motion in the scene being captured.
Q: When I start PhotoAcute Mobile, it says that this version is not tuned for my camera model. How do I get the "tuned" version?
A: PhotoAcute Mobile processing algorithms are tuned to particular camera models for achieving the maximum image quality. If your phone is able to run PhotoAcute Mobile and its camera supports sequence mode, PhotoAcute Mobile may be tuned for your model. To tune the application for certain phone model, we need special sample photographs, taken with this model. If you provide us with such photographs, we will tune PhotoAcute Mobile for your phone model and grant the free registration code to you. Read more and apply.
Q: Where are my photographs placed after the processing?
A: After processing, your photographs are saved into the standard image storage either in Phone Memory of on Memory Card.
You can view the photographs using the standard Media Gallery application.
Q: What if there was a motion during taking the photograph, and the images cannot be merged?
Q: Can I use PhotoAcute Mobile for enhancing the quality of single photographs?
PhotoAcute Mobile is capable of processing the single photographs. It does not increase the resolution in this case, but reduces the noise and corrects the image geometry and brightness.
To process the single photograph, switch to the Single Photos view (Options->Single Photos).
Q: How to rid of the logo that appears on the resultant images?
A: The logo is placed by unregistered version of PhotoAcute Mobile. To get rid of it, please register the product.
Q: The resultant image (JPG file) is too large. How can I reduce its size?
A: To reduce the resultant file size (for example, to be able to send it) you should set the maximum Jpeg compression level.
In Settings, select High value the JPEG compression.
You should remember, that setting high compression level gives a little lower quality.