Fearghast, 12 Mar 2020Thats supersampling ... you need that explained?You literally didn't watch the video...
He literally said down sampled in the first few seconds of the link.
Super sampling is used interchangeably with down sampling.
Exyvia, 12 Mar 2020Do the research yourself.
https://youtu.be/mN4pFfrc7xg?t=90I almost forgor.
Exyvia, 12 Mar 2020Do the research yourself. https://youtu.be/mN4pFfrc7xg?t=90Thats supersampling ... you need that explained?
Anonymous, 11 Mar 2020good try, but do some research next time.
You can do exactly same with iPhone, Even Apple ... moreAnd what about expandable storage?
Buyng 500gb ssd instead of sd card witch costs almost half the price is not the most usable solution.
Exyvia, 12 Mar 2020If you have read the context it was talking about displays and not a camera sensor, this isn't... moreNo it isn't. It's better on youtube only due to compression and nothing else.
Come on, that was't even taken seriously, was it?
Fearghast, 12 Mar 2020"More accurate one" :D
This is not a pixel bining! Come on guys, the ammout of disinformati... moreIf you have read the context it was talking about displays and not a camera sensor, this isn't pixel binning.
A down sampled 4k to 1080p video is better than a native 1080p.
Exyvia, 12 Mar 2020That's because there's a thing called down sampling, 4k to 1080p it's basically combining 4 pi... more"More accurate one" :D
This is not a pixel bining! Come on guys, the ammout of disinformations in this thread is on magical level already, no need to ad more.
Fearghast, 11 Mar 2020That video was edited, you really are way off your point.
It's not 4K, because no iOS device ... moreUmm... It's google's problem not apple's.
Google use the VP9 codec cos they don't want to adopt the industry standard for 4K HDR.
When it comes to anything 4K apple absolutely destroys everyone.
An iPhone can playback 4K Dolby Vision videos from all other sources and even Youtube through third party apps.
iPhones are the best video recording phones. It's a fact.
Recording in 4K and playing back youtube videos are completely irrelevant and anyone with basic knowledge in electronics/software would know that.
Pabliell, 11 Mar 2020My display doesn't support 4K, yet I can without a problem turn it on in other videos.That's because there's a thing called down sampling, 4k to 1080p it's basically combining 4 pixels into 1 for more accurate picture.
It's still best to watch native content on their respective native display for the best viewing experience
Fearghast, 11 Mar 2020That video was edited, you really are way off your point. It's not 4K, because no iOS device ... moreNope! Only title and credits inserted. And soundtrack from studio, exclude final music part.
dude111, 11 Mar 2020Well yes of course. That number is an estimation, an average if you will. In reality, it depe... moreoh, yes, i see. i forgot about that bit- movement or panning. the videos i did take are mostly of landscape with very little movement and the phone was in a tripod so there is no panning as well. sorry. that could be the reason indeed i only was showing around 7GB on an hour of 4k 30fps footages i took.
You can tell a lot of Android users here are from countries where PC isn't really a thing and their only method of getting online is their phone.
For storage, HEVC is very efficient. A 24:57 @4K30 outdoor video I took a few weeks ago is only 1.12GB.
Heating isn't an issue either as I use my Pro Max to shoot airplane taking off and landing videos for my YouTube channel and often the phone is recording 30 minutes long clips while attached to the window under direct sunlight.
Anonymous, 11 Mar 2020” That is not that reason and anyone else but Apple does not seems to be affected by this "iss... moreThat video was edited, you really are way off your point.
It's not 4K, because no iOS device can "handle" more than 1080p on YouTube, Google it :D Not even "4K" Apple TV can use more than 1080p.
It's probably that simple - they are lazy and they lack in this departement for years.
s-pen pusher, 11 Mar 2020there still will be compression, i think. a few months ago, i shot several 4k 30fps footage of... moreWell yes of course.
That number is an estimation, an average if you will. In reality, it depends a lot on the movement (differences in the scene) and in the light. Less movement after some time will make the bitrate to go down, and the same applies to the light; in a dark environment the codec will decide to use fewer bits.
It's kinda cool that even that all the recording is done in real time, the codec still has some freedom to make choices. But that behavior only occurs after some minutes into the recording.
Edit- I forgot to tell, it can also increase the bitrate if, after a couple of minutes in a dark environment, you move quickly to a brighter scene, And those peaks in bitrate are really nasty (I've seen some above 100Mbps for 5 seconds).
FapPhone, 11 Mar 2020S10 and Note 10 didn't even have OIS at 4K at 60fps.
Not sure for the S20 but I suggest it wo... moreWhy are you comparing last year's models.
Why not compare it to S20? Current Android does 8k and 4k60 with super steady mode.
Fearghast, 11 Mar 2020That is not that reason and anyone else but Apple does not seems to be affected by this "issue... more” That is not that reason and anyone else but Apple does not seems to be affected by this "issue".”
It is a reason and it’s not ”issue”. Apple don’t put 4K videos on youtube, that’s why there isn’t option to turn 4K on because there isn’t 4K video. Youtube doesn’t support hevc codec which Apple uses. That’s why they won’t upload 4K videos on youtube.
Just google it and you find plenty of articles about.