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Topic # 66395 18-Aug-2010 13:45
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Here's a wee 16 second video shot with the new 720p support in CyanogenMod 6.0 RC3. 

Nothing amazing other than the fact it's possible. The video has a couple of minor "jumps". No idea what else was going on in the phone at the time. I didn't clear out running tasks before starting.




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  Reply # 369290 18-Aug-2010 13:52
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Im waiting for someone to integrate the 27fps 720p mod into a HTC Desire ROM. Awesome except for the fact that it fills up your SD card VERY quickly. Even the current 15fps 720p on the desire does this.



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  Reply # 369554 18-Aug-2010 21:09
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eXDee: Im waiting for someone to integrate the 27fps 720p mod into a HTC Desire ROM. Awesome except for the fact that it fills up your SD card VERY quickly. Even the current 15fps 720p on the desire does this.


I tried overclocking my N1 to 1.113GHz...but it locks up. So I backed off to 1.076GHz...and it's solid as a rock. That seems to help the video capture smoothness at 720p.  




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  Reply # 369749 19-Aug-2010 11:35
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...and a "double rainboo!" also in 720p HD on my Nexus One. 




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