By Anton D. Nagy | January 22, 2009 12:00 AM
XDA Developers have found out that if you do a simple registry edit, you can noticeably improve the quality of the videos recorded with the HTC Touch HD.
Basically the registry edit lifts Task Manager’s low memory limit with reference to the camera application, from the default 4MB to 8MB, so it will require more memory to run, but this one would go unnoticed due to the considerably high amount of hardware memory these devices come with.
Download and run the cab, it will only change one registry value: in HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareHTCTaskmanagerLite it will change “DesiredMemory” to dword: 8192 (default was 4096); don’t forget to soft reset your device.
Note: Since this does not look like model specific, chances are high that it would work on Touch Diamond, Touch Pro, variants or even other HTC models running HTC’s Task Manager.