I noticed something odd when using RENDER_SCALE_QUALITY of linear or best.
There are certain artifacts that appear on some images and around rendered text.
If you check the screens included here you can see what I mean:
This image uses the best option:
In this image you can see at the top of the cloud box there is some extra lines that are not in the actual image.
This image also uses the best option:
In this image you can clearly see the corners of the smaller boxes have lines extending off them. Also and the biggest flaw is in the background.
A giant line runs across the image. The background is made of three images (top, middle, and bottom) as the middle portion is an animation that plays. Right where the seams are the line separates the two.
Also there are extra lines around text, for example see the blue line above “large”
Check this image for what it looks like using nearest at the same window size:
It seems that some of the image might be clipping and rendered at the top instead. Like it went below its bounds and wrapped around to the top. If you notice the line in the text large seems to be line right up with the bottom of the “G” that’s what seems to be happening where all of the text anomaly’s are.
I can use nearest neighbor option when rendering on PC and that’s fine. But for android I’d like to use best because it looks much better on smaller screens, but when its on a larger screen like a tablet you can clearly see these artifacts.
There is some more artifacts going on that I can only see on tablets where in the corners of rounded images (like that cloud box) there is garbage pixels data and just random colors there. I wasn’t able to get a screen shot of this yet.
Is it possible this has to due with the image type I am saving as or maybe another option I am missing?
Also, as a bonus… When trying this app out on a kindle some of the text is mirrored!
Yeah, some, not all of it is… strange… And only on a kindle. I have tested my app on PC, an android phone, and a kindle. The text is fine on the PC and android phone.