Software update increases Rylo’s resolution from 4K to 5.8K

The Rylo is getting a resolution update. The company of the same name is releasing an update that will improve the resolution of the Rylo from 4K to 5.8K.

The Rylo is a consumer-grade 360-degree camera that lets you shoot 360-degree video and select a region of the image from which to create a standard 16:9 HD video. Prior, the camera shot up to 4K resolution. Now, starting today the camera can shoot 5.8K video.

Other updates

In addition to the resolution boost, both the iOS and Android app are getting updates. Here’s what’s coming to the iSO app (Version 1.5.0) and the Android app (Version 1.6.0):

  • Points Update: control camera motion faster and easier with redesigned Points
  • Save Still: pull a full-resolution still image from any video with a tap
  • Recording Modes: control which modes show on your Rylo, include a new 180 degree rear lens mode

How to get the Rylo updates

You will need to be connected to an iOS or Android device. From there, in the mobile app, you will get the option to update. While this is a great news for users, they should also be happy to hear that the camera is offering a desktop app now too. It comes with the same editing tools and features at the mobile version. However, the desktop version will obviously let you edit on a larger screen, which is always a benefit.

To learn more, go to Rylo’s website.

Sean Berry
Sean Berry
Sean Berry is Videomaker's managing editor.

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