Well, the native resolution seems to be 576p..but the game is upscaled at whatever resolution you have set your Xbox 360 (720p, 1080p)..riceandbeans said:What I don't get is if all of the cut-scenes have been compressed with Bink, what's the point of having them at 576p and not just upscale to 720p?
The problem there is not primarily the resolution, but the data rate. For comparison, DVDs have an average data rate of around 5 Mbit/s.DR2K said:Damn that looks so blurry. 576p = nasty.
I also wonder about that, I assume it's performance and/or licencing costs.HomerSimpson-Man said:Why heck did Bink video get popular on Xbox platforms or heck used on PS3 too when there are such superior video codecs?
HomerSimpson-Man said:Why heck did Bink video get popular on Xbox platforms or heck used on PS3 too when there are such superior video codecs?
I remember back in the PS2/Xbox days the Bink Xbox FMV were always heavily compressed and thus worse than the standard MPEG2 vids that tend to be in the PS2 counterparts.
Any chance you can upload that again? It says it's reached the max number of downloads.Jurai said:http://rapidshare.com/files/358098914/ff13z00.x360.zip.html
self playing, no additional compression has been applied, what you see is what you're gonna get on 360
also, no spoilers contained within
I think they were lower :lol But yeah, the reason it is "blurry" is because of the terrible bitrate. Images only look blurry due to resolution if it is rendered at a lower resolution and scaled up (like a 480p / 576p / 720p picture on a 1080p tv). That image is at its native resolution.DR2K said:Reminds me of Star Ocean 4 battles. Which was around 576p iirc.
shimmering all over yeahVamphuntr said:Bink video compression is really awful. Dear god the screen is not even ''clean''. You can see artifacts during the whole clip .