December 23, 2013
There’s different phones with different storage sizes and not all sessions are created equally. So with Track Attack for iOS and Android, you have the option to record in three different video qualities. As of this post (December 23, 2013), video quality settings are supported on iOS (iPhone) and Android versions of Track Attack, for the phones which support
480p: Lowest video quality and will take up the smallest amount of storage on your device. Generally, we’ve seen a 25 minute session take about 120MB’s of space (~10-12 song equivalent). Think of this as standard TV definition. Will look fine on your phone, ok on a web browser but not that great if you blow it up.
720p: Think of this as DVD video quality. Looks a lot better than standard definition and still doesn’t use a ton of storage on your device. Expect a 25 minute session to take ~600MB’s on your phone.
Example 720p Video: http://trackattackapp.com/?raceid=02845e47-bcf4-442b-9d3d-af3c6e6d288d
1080p: Boom! High definition, well technically, for phones that support video quality above 720p, we make this the highest video quality available on the particular phone. In most phones, this video will look amazing and have you wondering why you did or ever wanted to buy a GoPro camera.
Example 1080p Video: http://trackattackapp.com/?raceid=09abf415-bc7e-425f-bb17-28c9d782d752
Get Track Attack at the App Store for iOS (iPhone and iPad): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/track-attack/id563831509?ls=1&mt=8
Get Track Attack at the Google Play Store for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.studios9104.trackattack
Get Track Attack BETA for Windows Phone: http://www.windowsphone.com/en-us/store/app/track-attack/d9fdee8e-92b0-44fe-aced-b7dc3691d49f
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