The 360 videos are running at a lower rez than the photos are. Much more compression in the video content. If you look at some real time content like The Blu or any of the games, the picture should be pretty sharp.
Thanks for the info. The 360 pics did look much sharper. Any use in changing the screen on the Note 4 from Adaptive to AMOLED cinema or photo?
Totally agree, the 360 videos are poor quality when compared to the photos. Anything with a long viewing distance looks awful blurry mess which even to the untrained eye is going to be off-putting. Whoever is in charge of these and the marketing needs a big kick up the backside. Surely it's obvious when showcasing new tech to focus on the strengths and not deliberately highlight the limitations.
The Videos are actually pretty hires. 2880*1440@60fps and a bitrate of up to 40Mbit/s. I don´t think the Note 4 can handle videos with higher specs.
Yeah its weird that video from other sources is MUCH higher in detail than anything that came with the GearVR itself lol hopefully they fix that later but its def not a screen issue or settings issue. I mean we have a damn near 4k screen right? So whats up with the component cable quality footage Milk VR gives us? I'm considering investing in a Ricoh to see if i can get any good footage up.