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800x480 video = 29fps

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by KoukiFC3S, Jun 3, 2010.

  1. KoukiFC3S

    KoukiFC3S Android Expert
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  2. legacy

    legacy Android Enthusiast

    Do we know what the framerate is when recording 720p? Also, is the framerate getting a boost when we get Froyo?
  3. Rob_A

    Rob_A Android Expert

    720p records at 20fps.
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  4. KoukiFC3S

    KoukiFC3S Android Expert
    Thread Starter

    Uploaded to YouTube, but it wants a wifi signal to upload a 30 sec clip.
  5. malibu23

    malibu23 Member

    nice find. every1 so hung up on HD recording. ion see the point of HD recording anyway. hell taking up space on my 16gb card all it does. not gonna watch stuff i "record" on my phone on a hdtv...pointless.
  6. Kaskimondo

    Kaskimondo Member

    As long as the smaller vids look decent for quick vids that I want to share online, it's all good.
  7. Android 17

    Android 17 Android Enthusiast

    Just 29? Why can't it go up just a notch to 30? =P
  8. Evo_Pimpin

    Evo_Pimpin Well-Known Member

    I wonder if audio will be any better at 800x480? I hope it is.
  9. aliveon2legs

    aliveon2legs Android Enthusiast

    I thought the 480p videos I'd seen looked much better than the 720p.

    Is it possible for a third party app to allow the user to set a higher frame rate, or is that a hardware limitation?
  10. neodorian

    neodorian Android Expert

    It is probably easier to encode at a lower resolution so the framerate and performance is better. My webcam is similar. At 1920x1080 there is a little bit of choppiness whereas 720x480 is smooth as silk.
  11. BrianFX

    BrianFX Member

    Seems to be a microSD write-speed limitation, jury is still out on whether higher speed microSDs will allow for higher bitrates (I really hope so..)
  12. NeoteriX

    NeoteriX Android Expert

    The framerate is light dependent. With less light, the framerate will drop significantly. I have a Evo produced 720p video file that has a 24fps framerate, so the "20fps" limitation is not accurate.
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  13. SeauxCrazy

    SeauxCrazy Android Enthusiast

    No example video?
  14. Clock

    Clock Well-Known Member

    Good to know - I'm going to set my EVO to default at that resolution.
  15. zamardii12

    zamardii12 Well-Known Member

    Every one just go to Youtube and put in the search, "evo 4g 720p," and you'll get a bunch of videos taken directly with the phone in all kinds of locations and lighting.
  16. SeauxCrazy

    SeauxCrazy Android Enthusiast

    ^^ I know I can do that, the OP said he recorded in 800x480, that's what I was asking an example of.... since he said it's better.
  17. criccio

    criccio Newbie

    Can someone please post up a MediaInfo log?
  18. KoukiFC3S

    KoukiFC3S Android Expert
    Thread Starter

    Will post a link soon. Need wifi.
  19. adseguy

    adseguy Well-Known Member

    Use your wifi hotspot to get your phone to get wifi :p
  20. NeoteriX

    NeoteriX Android Expert

  21. Evo_Pimpin

    Evo_Pimpin Well-Known Member

    I want to see 800x480 and also want to know if audio gets better at the lower res.
  22. SeauxCrazy

    SeauxCrazy Android Enthusiast

  23. echoota

    echoota Newbie

    Sorry to go OT, but what!? Isn't that what that damn $10 fee was all about?
  24. skunkd

    skunkd Member

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  25. KoukiFC3S

    KoukiFC3S Android Expert
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    I think it's more of an Android issue. I wonder if it's gonna be the same on 4G.

    I added the video to the first post.

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The HTC EVO 4G release date was June 2010. Features and Specs include a 4.3" inch screen, 8MP camera, 512GB RAM, Snapdragon S1 processor, and 1500mAh battery.

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