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Old May 29, 2006, 9:54 AM   #1
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How much MPEG4 video can i take with 1gb?
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Old May 29, 2006, 10:14 AM   #2
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elle grand/ 1 sec of vid cam be as much as 1 meg. so Please ask your question ith what camera you are referring to?

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640x480 on an aiptek mpvr can take as much as 48 minutes of vid double that for lower res.



on my mustek dv4500 1 meg is not the correct card and I can say if a 512 accepts 2;54:10 sec I am sure almost 6 hours. at low res and at high 3 hours

so you will have two different answers andboth are asf format. now on avi it should be less do to a bigger file size.

now on my mustek dv3000 wil be the same as the 4500 but not as high compressed very pixalated
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The Digilife DDV-1000
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Old May 29, 2006, 11:35 AM   #4
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wait for sg he will be on later for a response. but mos hybrids will film 1 menute a meg

a that roughly gts you an hours time. or less.
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Old May 29, 2006, 9:11 PM   #5
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Of course it depends on the resolution of the video, and I imagine you're talking about the highest quality.

1Gb should give between an hour and 1hour 20 minutes.
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Besides resolution it also depends on the compression quality. On some camera you can adjust the quality. For MPVR (or DV 6800), I get something like 43 to 46 minutes only using 640 x 480 on a 1 gigabyte. The quality is not adjustable in the DV6800.
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And it also depends on the subject matter. The more color, and the more movement, the more data.
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Alright...i have my mind set on a DDV-1000 that i saw on ebay. the only bad thing is that it says it only holds up to 1gb. , but i was planning to use 2gb. i heard that the ispan ddv-920 is the same as the 1000. i've also heard cases where a 2gb. memory card works in the 920...does this mean that 2gb. will work in the 1000. if anybody knows or has tried it please reply..Thanks for all of your help!:G
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well i got a 1gb card online when i got the dv1000, thinking that was all it could hold... so once someone findds out id like to know too....
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hi ella

i also used DDV-7000 digilife and i think its more the same with your DDV-1000 so hope this could help coz i upgraded my MMC card 512 MB to 1 GB SD card and obviously i tried to change the video resolution to 3 star(high resolution) and the free timefor video recordingis 01:48:36 and i onlytaken 9 high resolution pictures in my memory when i change to video mode...

but i think the time of the video will also depend to the videothat will be taken.. but take note the high resolution is 640x480..






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