MediaTek Demos 480fps super slow-motion 1080p video

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    MediaTek's capabilities have exploded over the last couple of years and their latest SoC range reflect that. In a teaser for the still-unreleased Mediatek MT6795, MediaTek shows off the super slow-mo...

    MediaTek Demos 480fps super slow-motion 1080p video
     
  2. KissSh0t

    KissSh0t Ancient Guru

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    But... I thought 30fps was more cinematic... Ubisoft said so.

    xD

    Very impressive.
     
  3. Laci

    Laci Member Guru

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    And I tought 24fps was the sweet point xD
     
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    MediaTek Demos 480fps super slow-motion 1080p video

    Then posts a 720p youtube video to show it off :D
     

  5. vazup

    vazup Master Guru

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    That doesnt mean you get to watch a video on 480 FPS probably not even at 144hz
     
  6. rflair

    rflair Don Coleus Staff Member

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    Impressive that it can capture video at 480FPS. The optics look good but not great, CCDs have to improve.
     
  7. SoloCreep

    SoloCreep Master Guru

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    HUH? But the video is 1080p.
     
  8. schmidtbag

    schmidtbag Ancient Guru

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    Seems pretty cool but if it needs 8 cores, I'm guessing the compression is awful, because the storage has to keep up with the write speeds (that, and there just might not be enough storage space). Some phones may have decent disk performance on-board, but if you want to save the video to an SD card then you're screwed.

    I'm not bashing the technology - pretty awesome of Mediatek to accomplish this. But I just wonder how well it'll work in the hands of the average user.
     
  9. Extraordinary

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    Not for me, 720p on embedded and full youtube

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    schmidtbag Ancient Guru

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    Are you using firefox? Because FF with HTML5 doesn't support 1080p yet.
     

  11. Extraordinary

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    I was using flash, it must have automatically changed over - any way to get back to flash?

    And yea FF

    EDIT - got it, used youtube center to swap back to flash, thanks :)
     
  12. NiscoRacing

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    I have same thing that every video is 720p, in the firefox/waterfox browser. I think YouTube blocked FlashPlayer for good today. But i can't find any news about it :(

    Please Mozzila Firefox fix your broken html5:bang:

    https://www.youtube.com/html5
     
  13. schmidtbag

    schmidtbag Ancient Guru

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    Firefox needs MSE, which they're working on. It was supposed to be available in the last release but there were delays. You can force-enable it, but, it isn't exactly stable. I personally would rather deal with 720p.

    I haven't heard about youtube blocking flash but it does appear that HTML5 is now force-enabled. It shouldn't take too long for FF to catch up. Unfortunately, Mozilla is doing several major overhauls over Firefox's engine, and I'm guessing they just can't keep up with all of it.
     
  14. tsunami231

    tsunami231 Ancient Guru

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    Youtube is using flash on my end, in using cyberfox x64 intel build though, I have to force youtube to use html5 threw youtubes config page for it. and i done the about:config edits to force it in FF.




    Not that it maters 720p/1080p on youtube is horrible compressed in my eyes there 720p/1080p isnt HD
     
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    FF28 & Youtube Center Developer version = 1080p flash
     

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    vbetts Don Vincenzo Staff Member

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    I thought all of Youtube moved over to HTML5 finally.
     
  17. mykledw

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    I to use FF and this worked for me.....



    ::Load about:config in the browser's address bar and hit enter.
    ::Confirm that you are careful when the prompt is displayed.
    ::Search for media.mediasource.enabled. The preference is set to false by default.

    ::Double-click the preference name to set it to true and enable it.
    ::You may need to restart the browser before the change takes effect.

    And walla!! All video options are there and work!!
    [​IMG]
     
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