Last Updated: May 17,2010
Tried searching.....has anybody got the confirmed framerate?
Is it 25fps or 30fps?
are you talking about the video camera?
This is a test that was just run for graphics framerate.
I have an EVO ... - Page 3 - Android Central Forums
Yeah, I meant for video playback, as I am also considering the Galaxy S which has a 30fps video framerate.
According to Android Central, it has a 20fps rate.
I know. Sucks. If that's true, why bother?
edit: That's for recording. As for playback. I imagine it would be NTSC 30fps. I don't think standard playback would be any different from 30 fps.
at nyc event a guy said its 30fps for recording
If it's 20 fps for recording I won't even bother picking up my pre order
ive been hearing its 20fps @ 720p. that would suck a lot cuz thats just a horrible frame rate to have.
Actually according to the guy that has the phone on the Android Central forums. The fps when running the graphics benchmark is 23.XX.
Recording at 720p is done at 30fps.
I hope that clears it up for you.
As was said before I to believe 20fps is at 720p res and 30 is at the next lower resolution.
TV is usually shot at 30 fps, movies are variable between 24-30fps or more depending on many situations.
I work in digital surveillance and 20 fps is more than fine.
20fps for 720p is darned good.
Thanks for all the help guys...anyone else can confirm?
And actually anything below 24fps is pretty bad, especially for a phone with this much hardware and 8mp camera......
My only advice is to pre order and wait for the early reviews that will come a day or so before launch. Either way you can't lose. If for some reason it doesn't live up to the hype you can get your money back if it does you can walk out with one on day one.
Not many phones record in HD, but I'm guessing the next iPhone will beat the EVO in that regard.
Not many now true but by the end of the year there will be a few. The iphone can rot up job's ass that was a cool device 2 years ago now it's perfect for first time smart phone users and invalids
20fps is good enuf. Real life vision is only 22 to 24fps. 15fps or lower is bad!
Our limit, is there one?
Until someone proves me, all the scientists, optometrists, and the like wrong, there is no limit to how many frames per second our human eye can see. Theoretical limit yes, proven limit, NO.
AMO.NET America's Multimedia Online (Human Eye Frames Per Second)
There is a definite difference between 24, 30, 60, 100 fps. The reason that lower framerates look okay is because of the motion blur while filming. If you look at 24fps video that was shot with 1/60 second shutter speed, it could look much more pleasing than if it were shot with 1/400 second shutter speed. If you watch movies, you may notice that dialog / non-action sequences look very smooth, while fight sequences can look very jerky due to the fast shutter speed used.
off topic, but the Galaxy S will have 30fps 720p recording.
Good for it?
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