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Developer
Posts: 248
Registered: ‎11-23-2009
My Device: Not Specified

FileSystemJournalListener query

Hi All,

 

i am using the " FIleSystemJournalListener.fileJournalChanged() " method to know when my video camera adds a new recorded file to the Blackberry file system.

 

The trouble occurs when i start the video recording. As soon as i start the recording the fileJournalChanged() method gets invoked!

 

This means that the recording file (.3GP) is created as soon as i click on start recording. I was hoping that it would get created when the recording is completed.

 

Can someone suggest any other way to know when a new file is created but only after the recording is completed?

 

Thanks,

Saket

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Developer
Posts: 248
Registered: ‎11-23-2009
My Device: Not Specified

Re: FileSystemJournalListener query

Maybe i wasnt able to frame my question correctly.

 

Is there any way to know when the user has completed recording a video using the video camera in BlackBerry?

 

In case of taking a snapshot the fileJournalChanged() method gets invoked when a new image file is added. I am looking for something similar but only after the video recording is complete.

 

Thanks,

Saket