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  • Help increase bit rate NT96683 Hawkeye Firefly Split MINI

    Got a Split Mini, a shrunken down version of the Split 4k

    https://www.fireflycameras.com/produ...drone-airplane

    FW http://www.cnfpv.com/portal.php?mod=list&catid=55


    Does 2.7k / 60fps / h265 at only 20mbps


    ntkfwinfo.exe FW.bin

    Code:
    +-------------------------------------------------------+
    | NtkFwInfo 0.1 fw binary information utility by [email protected] |
    +-------------------------------------------------------+
    
    BCL compressed partition 0 at 0000165c
    BCL compressed partition 1 at 004373a0
    BCL compressed partition 2 at 004379b0
    BCL compressed partition 3 at 00439128
    BCL compressed partition 4 at 0043f7b0
    
    Guessed firmware type: FullComp multi partition

    Ntktool.jar

    using mode d and offset 0000165c (determined by ntkfwinfo.exe above) it extracts partition 0 to [email protected] which is ~8MB
    The rest of the partitions at offset 004373a0, 004379b0, 00439128 and 0043f7b0 do not extract giving the error Error: Invalid magic constant: ''
    Is that right?


    NtkMPE.jar

    Opened the extracted uncompressed [email protected] file and it finds 119 movie parameters
    Edited some of the bit rates and applied the changes to [email protected]

    Now how do you make a new FW file with these changes to copy to the SD card and boot up the camera and update ?

    Thanks
    Greg


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    All of these tools do not support NT9667x and NT9668x firmwares.
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    • Schimi
      Schimi commented
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      Hi Nutsey, do you know which tools we need to edit the firmware fot the NT96683 / Firefly Split 4K ?
      Kind Regards,
      Schimi

    • nutsey
      nutsey commented
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      As far as I know there are no tools for unpacking 67x/68x firmwares.
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