Anyone here has a Galaxy S4 video testing? Especially the video stabilization, 1080p playback or such like. I'm considering to get this new phone, but I still struggled to the Note II phone.
Here is a little video test that I did. For the HTC One, hardware stabilization was enabled. Software stabilization on the S4 was off due to possible distortion. Quickly looking through the S4 menus, I didn't see any lock focus option. Anyone know if it exists?
Testing new XXUFME7 leak for my Galaxy SIII phone showed me one bug that's very bad for me.
While showin' any video in any program (YouTube, MX player, built-in player etc.), everything starts lagging - video becomes very slow and stopping, soung goes how it wants and so on.
Yesterday, Samsung released a 6+ minute video showcasing the Galaxy Note 3, but apparently it wasn’t enough. Today they posted an 18 minute video that not only gives you a complete walkthrough of the Galaxy Note 3, you also get the Galaxy Gear smartwatch.
i bought a galaxy note 3 exynos octa yesterday
when i play movies and seek the forwar it take long time to seek
but the same video on samsung s4 will do perfect after notification about update i updated my phone
now the same video say the audio codec not supported
i am really disappointed
is there any solution to playback without lag and codec issues?
I am trying to find out following: I would like to find out if I can use Galaxy Tab 10.1 to play video on my HDTV (Full HD via HDMI adapter). However almost all the apps that I have seen seem to produce dropped frames or problems with sync with audio/video during playback for number of mkv/mp4/avi media files.
The Galaxy Round is intriguing to say the least, but I am not sure it’s intriguing enough to slap down $1,000 for it. Most of us probably won’t get our hands on one since it will only be available in South Korea for the time being, so a video is the next best thing.
I've recently purchased the Samsung Galaxy 10.1 tablet pc, which runs Android 3.1. My videos on Vimeo are, unfortunately, not optimized for playback on this tablet, and I'm assuming other tablets running 3.0 or 3.1 from what I have researched. Please take a video for my business as an example. See accompanied link.
Hi. I have the Galaxy S4 and at 1080p it records at 30fps with an average video bitrate of 17Mbps. The audio is a Stereo mix at 121kbps.
I've looked up the specs for the Note 3, but all I found was that at 4k(2160p) it records at 30fps and in 2k(1080p), it records at 60fps. For those with the Note 3, could you please post the average video bitrate of these two recording options?