Thursday, March 23, 2017

Project Scorpio Features Console 4K 60fps Capture

Project Scorpio
The much-awaited Microsoft's Xbox One, Project Scorpio, will feature 4K, 60 frames-per-second video capture and an internal power supply according to a new report into what the anticipated hardware revision will include when it launches later this year.

Windows Central cites sources shedding some light on what Xbox fans can expect from Scorpio, which was announced last June at Microsoft's E3 press conference.

The internal power supply unit (PSU) would fall in line with last summer's redesigned Xbox One S, which was the first Xbox console to use one after the original Xbox, Xbox 360 and original Xbox One all came with external power bricks.

Windows Central also reports that Scorpio will feature HEVC and VP9 codecs to allow for 4K streaming from Netflix and other services, just like Xbox One S, but also for encoding 4K, 60fps video for direct capture and live-streaming.

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