HD Recording on iPhone 3GS

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  1. dissizitt macrumors member

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  3. iphoneblogr macrumors member

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    You can accomplish this by following the tutorial below:

    Enable HD Video Recording on iPhone 3Gs

    Many other websites have uploaded files containing a resolution of 1080x800 which causes the camera to become extremely sluggish in low-light. The tutorial on our website contains files with a 960x720 resolution which rectifies the problem.

    We are working on a way to increase the resolution without slowing down the camera.
     
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    ok this one worked for me.
     
  5. 2Southern macrumors member

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    What about a fix for the youtube posting error? And cydia flashlight problem?
     
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    Uploading to youtube works fine, flashlight works fine as well
     
  7. Darwing macrumors 6502

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    does this actually work well? what are the comparisons from the regular video to the edited video, as well what are the comparisons to a IP4 video?
     
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    one of the first things a programmer learns is that just because you can formulate an end report of something doesnt mean that its actually doing it. I can have the files output what I want it to, but making the hardware actually produce the product that way is a completely different story.

    my question is visually differential, the windows output of the reported video taken is easy to edit or fool. however if there is a noticable difference in the resolution from the camera... thats the true test...
     
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  11. OrangeSVTguy macrumors 601

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    Just did this and it indeeds work on my 3GS. I didn't notice any slowdown or lagging at all either taking the video or viewing it right after. I also did a before and after taking the same video and it does indeed record in high-def like it describes.

    first video:
    30 seconds - 640x480 - 3,507 kbps - 13MB

    second video:
    24 seconds 1080x800 - 18,018 kbps - 53.8MB
     

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  12. GPeaslee macrumors member

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    Compatible with iOS 5.0.1?

    Does anyone know if this works with iOS 5.0.1? Unfortunately some of us still have 3Gs phones.
     

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