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does Nexus support 720p x264 record/playback?

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this seems to be the most important problem for me to place the order...

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this seems to be the most important problem for me to place the order...



Just curious as to why? What did you have in mind for it!

Personally playing HD video on such a device doesnt really interest me as im sure the advance in quality is lost on such a small screen, even if it is very high quality.

For recording in HD i would want a proper camera to do that, as is the case with most cameras in phones I believe that they are intended to compliment the device, ie a feature for occasional use, not a substitute for a decent HD camera.

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this seems to be the most important problem for me to place the order...


Video recording has a maximum resolution of 720x480 between 20 fps to 30 fps depending on lighting conditions. Audio is 8 KHz Mono. Filetype is 3GP.

This is what it looks like uploaded to YouTube:



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Video recording has a maximum resolution of 720x480 between 20 fps to 30 fps depending on lighting conditions. Audio is 8 KHz Mono. Filetype is 3GP.

This is what it looks like uploaded to YouTube:



Cheers,
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It'll play better audio quality than that. Much better. This (Elephant's Dream) plays with superb quality video/audio. Video is only 480x270 with 30fps at 500kbps VBR and audio is 44.1khz stereo with 128kbps VBR.

I think what you're referring to isn't the playing capabilities, but the video camera recording capabilities.

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