Citra Camera and QR codes


#1

Issue: I tried to use the camera feature on the latest citra build. I set my camera config as “Still Image (image)” and checked “Prompt before load” to enabled. But when I press “Click to preview” and put my image on, no matter what size the image is, it doesn’t seem to be scannable at all.

And of course, the image was unscannable in the game.
I even tried to change “Camera to configure” from Front to Rear. But everytime I press OK to save the changes and leave the config, it automatically resets the camera config to Front. Is there anything I can do about it? Even in the config.ini, there’s no option to change Front to Rear. Help me plz!

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System Information

  • Operating System: Windows 10
  • CPU: i7-6700k
  • GPU: GTX 1070
  • Citra Version (found in title bar): Citra #766
  • Game: Pokemon Alpha Sapphire
  • Screenshot of Issue (include the full Citra window including titlebar): https://i.imgur.com/Z0RIcj0.png

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How do I use the qr codes on citra for mac?
How do I use the qr codes on citra for mac?
#3

try with an image width = 400 and height 240.


#4

You misunderstood.

3DS has 3 cameras, so of course you can configure all of them. If we put that in a single widget, the page would get too crowded. So that camera to configure is a selection of which camera to configure. It is not even a setting…


Island scan points?
#5

So you can select which camera to configure and that isn’t even a setting for Citra cameras?


#6

RIP this doesn’t work either. I think the size of the image doesn’t matter unless my camera configure changes to Rear … hmm


#7

So I finally found a solution to this. (Make sure your camera settings be like this.)

  1. Find any image.
  2. Find any QR code you want to scan.
  3. Scan QR codes in the game and select your image you found. ( Not the QR Code )
  4. Green square should appear on the part of the image like this.
  5. Draw an exact same square on the original image at the exact same spot like this. Capture14
  6. Cut your QR code and paste it into the square you draw.
  7. Adjust the QR code to be same size of the square. ( Doesn’t matter if it’s a bit smaller than the square.)
  8. Save the image and then scan it in the game.
  9. Now the camera recognize as a QR code.

It works for me while playing pokemon alpha sapphire. I didn’t test on other games but I bet it’s worth to try.


Qr codes inazuma
Qr codes inazuma
#8

Yes. No matter what camera you selected, all cameras will be ready for games to load.
But eg. If you only configured Front camera, but game uses Rear camera, then that’s no good.


#9

So you are saying that everytime I launch a different game, I should change the camera which the game uses?
Cuz every game uses different cameras and it won’t be good if I configure the wrong camera?
And that’s not a setting even the word setting means adjust to operate a machine?


#10

Huh. I’m not good at English. Sorry.
Please have a look at the ini.

[Camera]
camera_outer_right_name=image
camera_outer_right_config=
camera_inner_name=blank
camera_inner_config=
camera_outer_left_name=image
camera_outer_left_config=
camera_outer_right_flip=1
camera_inner_flip=1
camera_outer_left_flip=1
camera_rear_mode=0

What I mean is, the 3 cameras may have different configs, and you can configure each of them.
However, if we put all those options in the config widget, the widget would get too crowded with lots of similar options.
So we have a selection of which camera you want to configure.
For example, when you set camera to configure to Front, you configure the Front camera.
When you set it to Rear, you can configure the Rear camera.
When you press OK, your settings for BOTH front and rear will be saved, nothing lost. And games can choose to load any one/two/three of the cameras. When game loads Front camera, we use Front camera config. When game loads Rear camera, we use Rear camera config.

tl;dr: That option is just for you to select which camera to configure. All cameras are always enabled and games can load any of them.

And, for your “solution” above, someone has already mentioned it before; It’s just a matter of size, in fact.

You did not understand the configuration correctly, but fortunately your way to configure was correct.
You changed the Camera to configure to Rear and saved it. So Rear is configured.


Island scan points?
#11

i made it work, you need to configure all cameras the exact same way for them to work, other wise you will get balck screen


#12

No, that’s not the case. You only need to configure the camera the game is using.


#13

Hi, if u need a QR for Pokémon USUM, click here: Compatible and simplified QR codes for CITRA (Pokémon USUM)


#14

hey guys. my problem was i can’t upload files on the configuration box. just like in choi choi’s pic “solution” (camera settings ) those 3 dots on the file box were inactive. no matter which i choose, front or rear, or in the image source, still image etc., i can’t upload files because i can’t click that box. so what i did was i unchecked the prompt before load and problem solved. i’m using citra nightly 800.


#15

Here, if you enable “Prompt before load”, then instead of loading a fixed image every time, Citra will ask you to choose an image on your computer when the camera is loaded. So you needn’t choose an image when the option is enabled.


#16

thanks man great work