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So what’s this about fast and slow? There are two speeds of video And within the slow category, two qualities. Slow These are shot at walking speed, so a fifteen mile walk really does last for more than five hours. Where else can you get a five hour video in which nothing happens, slowly? They are available for download in two qualities: 1. 384 videos are compressed at a bit rate of 384Kb/s 2. 1.25 videos are compressed at 1.25Mb/s There is an improvement in quality at 1.25, at the cost of a larger (between 3 and 4 times larger) download. Neither form is by any stretch of the imagination HD. If you want an attempt to explain why, click here. Fast These give you the view you might expect if you drove the route at something like motorway speed. They are higher quality at a download size similar to the 384_movies, but last only 6-12 minutes. Because of the rate and degree of change between frames, these can stress the graphics capabilities of some older devices and they may struggle to keep up, resulting in erratic playback. You didn’t rescue your hardware from a skip? Then you’ll probably be fine. If playback isn’t smooth, try a device with more oomph.
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Fast and slow?
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A Warning As you may be viewing this on a phone and you may well be on a plan with limited data, please be aware that the videos included in the bundle for each route are large downloads. The size of the downloads can be viewed in a pop-up for each route. If you choose to purchase using your phone, it would still be better to download just the maps and wait until you are at home, with a laptop or desktop and a reliable, unlimited connection, to do the rest. You do have 7 days and 3 attempts at each download. Alternatively, you can purchase all of the maps for each area in one bundle (about 50MB when all 9 are ready). Scroll down to the bottom of the walks listing for this option.
There are two speeds of video and, within the slow category, two qualities. Slow These are shot at walking speed, so for a fifteen mile route, the video really does last for more than five hours. Where else can you get a five hour video where nothing happens - slowly? They come in two qualities: 384 videos are compressed at a bit rate of 384Kb/s 1.25 videos are compressed at 1.25Mb/s There is an improvement in clarity at 1.25 at the expense of a larger (3 to 4 times larger) download. Neither is by any stretch of the imagination HD quality - if you would like an attempt at an explanation as to why:
Fast These give you a view you might expect if you drove the route at something like motorway speed. They are higher quality than than their slow counterparts at a download size similar to the 384s, but last only 6-10 minutes. Because the rate and degree of change from frame to frame is so great, these can stress the graphics capabilities of some older devices, resulting in erratic playback. If you didn’t rescue your device from a skip, then you’ll probably be fine, but if payback isn’t smooth, try something with more oomph.