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8th November 2009, 11:39 AM   |  #1  
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Yeah i know its a demo video that comes with omnia hd's.
But it works perfectly on our hd2's.
Nice video to show to your friends

http://forums.samsungi8910omnia.com/...-download.html
8th November 2009, 12:13 PM   |  #2  
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YAY! Thanks a lot for this. I have seen this running on an Omnia Pro and it looked really cool. It really might be a great demo video to look at on the HD2.

One thing though: This is no 720p video. It's only 360p and it even gets upscaled on the HD2. If there would be problems playing such a small resolution source on the HD2 I would seriously doubt HTC until the end of all times.
8th November 2009, 12:40 PM   |  #3  
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I ran a benchmark test using a topaz with Leo rom Tess 3.9 + 2.5 sense,


video/audio information (according to VLC on laptop):
640*360, 30 FPS, mp4v
mp4a 44100 Hz

best playback in order

1. coreplayer (default settings, installed to internal memory)
2. wm player
3. htc album

coreplayer benchmark results;

avg speed: 77.10%
vid frames: 2995
audio samplle: 4393489
amount of data: 47521 kb

bench............- .................. original:
time: 02:09.487 ............... 01.39.833
frame rate: 23.130 ........... 30.000
sample rate: 33929........... 44100
data rate: 3.01 Mbit/s .......3.90 Mbit/s


conclusion: rather better sound with stuttering video than no stuttering video but stuttering sound (when CP ran test)



hope you enjoyed this little test, and lets see what the big league has to say about how it's supposed to run
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8th November 2009, 02:08 PM   |  #4  
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on Toshiba TG01:

Average Speed: 194.17%
Benchmark Data Rate: 7.57 Mbit/s

Original Data Rate: 3.90 Mbit/s
8th November 2009, 02:47 PM   |  #5  
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^so Toshiba is 2-3 times as quick as HD2? lol
8th November 2009, 03:20 PM   |  #6  
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No its 2-3 times faster than a topaz running a leo ROM, which is to be expected.
8th November 2009, 05:48 PM   |  #7  
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I am downloading some movies right now in Mp4 format HD quality, 1280x720, i want to see how it looks on the HD2.
I dont think it should be a problem for this thing to play a 1.4 gb file, right?

BTW the Helicopter movie looks great on this beauty
8th November 2009, 05:56 PM   |  #8  
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Originally Posted by mrturq

I am downloading some movies right now in Mp4 format HD quality, 1280x720, i want to see how it looks on the HD2.
I dont think it should be a problem for this thing to play a 1.4 gb file, right?

BTW the Helicopter movie looks great on this beauty

Good luck , first of all i could not play those files.
Even coreplayer does not play anything bigger then 1008 pixels (program limit)
And second , it doesnt really make sense to play a higher resolution then the display can handle.
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okay
what do you recommend?
i couldn't find a lower resolution.
convertion? with?
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oh...ok thanks a lot for clarification.

I should have kept reading carefully.

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