Infamous Second Son 1080p 60 Fps Capture
Not everything goes to plan, but when it comes to the games it's clear there's a carefully plotted agenda for the PS4's tentative late 2013 launch. Given how Xbox One banner titles like Forza Motorsport 5 and Killer Instinct are running at a blistering native 1080p at 60 frames per second on day one, there's nothing truly equivalent competing on the Sony side in terms of fighters and racing sims. However, between Infamous: Second Son and Killzone: Shadow Fall, the bases are thoroughly covered for first and third person action titles, while Mark Cerny's mysterious platformer Knack brings some light-hearted respite to its online launch lineup.
infamous second son 1080p 60 fps capture
In terms of polish, the reluctance to give us a longer play-session does suggest other rough edges may be lurking in this build. But even so, the only glitch to be spotted is an occasional, split-second flicker to the light buffer as we run quickly across the environment. It's early days, of course, and we're also glad to see the native 1080p resolution in full evidence as it runs from the PS4 hardware. This bumped resolution suits the visuals wonderfully, save for water caustics and splashes which appear a little current-gen in nature. Guerrilla Games has proven it can handle massive, churning waves in its previous games, so we suspect improvements here are possible if there's enough time.
The second point is that the majority of titles here, from the long-awaited Thief reboot to the CG-like Infamous: Second Son, are overwhelmingly poised for 1080p native output whilst running at 30fps. The sacrifice of 60fps does have its benefits: as far as visual quality goes, Sucker Punch's flame-throwing action title in particular leaves us with our jaws most agape. It looks gorgeous in motion, plays without skipping a beat, and the effects work is quite unlike anything we've seen on current-gen platforms. While this isn't a hands-on session, the new front-man also looks immediately satisfying to control.
And this is where the Pro patch comes in, especially for 1080p TV set owners. Second Son is one of the few PlayStation 4 Pro games that delivers remarkable boost to performance for those opting to play the game on a 1080p TV. The game runs at an almost locked 60 frame per second in high performance mode with a super-sampled 1080p image on an HDTV. This not only results into fluid gameplay but also better image quality overall.
We have captured a few screenshots from both versions (as close as we could), demonstrating the differences between the two. On the left we have the PC version with Ultra graphics, rendered at 1080p and Temporal SMAA. On the right we have the PlayStation 4 version. Make sure to click on the screenshots to view them at full size:
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When playing a game with PS4 Pro features, using DUALSHOCK 4's Share button will generate higher resolution gameplay clips and screenshots compared to the standard PS4. Specifics will vary by game, but some games will support full 1080p video capture, and screenshots at up to 3840 x 2160 (4K) pixels.
@ShogunRok I just re-read the post on the U.S. psblog, they intend to add additional content every week for the first six weeks infamous is on the market. -second-son-on-ps4-today-bonus-content-now-available/
A remastered version of one of the most underrated rail shooters of all time Rez Infinite is absolutely stunning on the PS4, with its gloriously weird visuals displayed at 1080p resolution in 60 frames per second. The music-basic shooting is addictive enough to keep you glued to your screen for hours, and the songs are sure to get stuck in your head.
The G5 improves on the G3's 1080i movie format by offering Full 1080p HD 1920 x 1080 movies at 60/50 frames per second, and 720p HD 1280 x 720 movies at 60 fps, both in the AVCHD (MPEG-4/H.264) format. In addition it can also record MP4 movies at 1920 x 1080, 1280 x 720, 848 x 480, and 640 x 480 pixels all at 30fps, useful as this format can currently be shared more easily. AVCHD features almost double the recording time in HD quality compared with MP4, but software support is still a little thin on the ground. Panasonic describe it as the best mode for playing back on a HD TV direct from the camera, and MP4 best for email and playing on a computer. There is a limit on the length of a movie of up to 29 min 59 sec in European PAL areas, and continuous recording exceeding 2GB is not possible when recording in the MP4 format.
The night photograph was excellent, with the maximum shutter speed of 60 seconds allowing you to capture plenty of light. We struggled to see any differences between the Intelligent Resolution settings, but Intelligent D-range and the new HDR mode are effective features for capturing more detail in the shadows and highlights.
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The RX100 II also manages to find room to include Wi-Fi capabilities that can be set-up using near field communication (NFC) if you have a smartphone that supports it. Those of us without NFC in our mobile devices will have to set the Wi-Fi up manually. The RX100 II's video capabilities have also been expanded, with the camera now offering the ability to capture 1080p footage at 24 frames per second, in addition to the 60p and 30p the current RX100 offers (50p/25p on European models). Sony now offers a filter adapter for the RX100 II and its predecessor, a $30 accessory that makes it possible to use 49mm filters with either camera. 350c69d7ab