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Video HTC One Camera - Video Recording

Anyone could test the video stabilization, because Im seeing a lot of video on youtube and the fps broke sometimes.

These are the videos:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8UJPbW-v-Ik

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GPs5M93fhfs
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y75_J...4zslug&index=1

Even in the presentation the fps stucks.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HLjBbK4rxAo

Sorry my English. Im from Brazil
 
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Anyone could test the video stabilization, because Im seeing a lot of video on youtube and the fps broke sometimes.

These are the videos:


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8UJPbW-v-Ik

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GPs5M93fhfs
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y75_J...4zslug&index=1

Even in the presentation the fps stucks.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HLjBbK4rxAo

Sorry my English. Im from Brazil

Isnt recording in 1080p HDR only like 28fps? Maybe that's the problem.
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Isnt recording in 1080p HDR only like 28fps? Maybe that's the problem.

That's not the problem. 28fps is plenty enough for smooth motion. The video recording just sucks in general on HTC phones. Even the official "two girls walking into sunlight and then turning back to smile" video is jerky and not completely smooth. HTC is claiming they have OIS, but I don't see any evidence of it at all. In fact, disregarding jerkiness, the video just really really sucks. The colors are completely off and overly red and gaudy. The motion of objects in the video have a nauseatingly awkward movement to them. The details and colors are all smeared looking and cartoonified. It doesn't look natural or real at all. All these issues are evident in the HTC One X, Sensation, Desire HD, etc. They are not unique to the HTC One. I've been bitching about how terrible HTC's video recording is for years now, and even now in 2013 it's still the same old crap.
 
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Guys it could be that its the demo unit..The retail unit might have everything fixed..Lets wait and watch.
 
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I think its a problem of build because i had a Desire HD and when I installed the rom from sabsa prime, the latest, the cmera is working without loosing fps and on Endeavoru I just changed the build.prop configuration and the issue minimized. I'll be waiting the custom rom to see this fix.

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That's not the problem. 28fps is plenty enough for smooth motion. The video recording just sucks in general on HTC phones. Even the official "two girls walking into sunlight and then turning back to smile" video is jerky and not completely smooth. HTC is claiming they have OIS, but I don't see any evidence of it at all. In fact, disregarding jerkiness, the video just really really sucks. The colors are completely off and overly red and gaudy. The motion of objects in the video have a nauseatingly awkward movement to them. The details and colors are all smeared looking and cartoonified. It doesn't look natural or real at all. All these issues are evident in the HTC One X, Sensation, Desire HD, etc. They are not unique to the HTC One. I've been bitching about how terrible HTC's video recording is for years now, and even now in 2013 it's still the same old crap.
Call me inept, but I would blame that on the Filmer, it isn't very noticeable to me. Looks roughly the same as other OEMs.
 
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Another video, same problem.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=weSY1tolEKA
 
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Those vids could be early software design.

On my epic 4g touch I get crappy video with AOSP and great video with the stock rom. My AOSP vids look like these vids being posted which is simply due to un-optimized codecs for the processor.

I'm sure this wont be the case with the final builds.
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HTC is claiming that the UltraPixel camera on the HTC One will be able to capture 300 percent more light than competitors. You can shoot 1080p HD videos, HDR videos and there's a single LED flash for even better low-light shooting.

^ Is it comparable to sony xperia z 13mp cam ?

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