Discussion in 'Tech' started by Commissar Smersh, Sep 22, 2013.
This is glorious. All hail apple, I am not even joking or be sarcastic here.
Whoa! Now I want an Iphone5s.
android has been recording in slow motion since the beginning of last year. nothing new.
our s4 phones have it built in...
...dont fall for apples non-sense wiskas!!!!!!!!!
I need to check it out. I haven't had much opportunity or desire to experiment with the S4 yet.
I went from working my ass off to forced convalescence in a short period of time.
well now is a better time than ever to mess with your phone then
i think they're being quite generous to call that slow-mo in either situation.... still seemed choppy to me. i'd like to see that actual specs on it. recording at 60fps and playback at 30fps, for example, is where i would draw the line at slow-mo. anything less than that ratio and i would just call it slower-motion.
off but kinda on topic - I went to a party on Friday and some kid had one of those Nokia Lumia phones. holy shit that thing takes amazing photos.
The 5S records at 120fps @ 720p.
Lulz, Apple is never first with tech. It creates markets from existing ideas (Macintosh, iPod, iPhone, & iPad) and refines existing ideas and technologies and does it well.
something is happening between the device, youtube and my laptop then.... bumped quality up to max and it still seemed jumpy.
Are you using Chrome's flash plugin, native flash or forcing H264? I occasionally have issues with Chrome's plugin.
crucify me, but i've been using IE9 on the laptop(vista ultimate x64, for a double whammy of "WHY!?!?").
i don't see the chop in other videos..... i may need to download it and open in avidemux and do a frame-by-frame, see if i'm just getting dropped frames or something of the like.
Hmmmmmmm nice example. A little bigger would have been bouncier though