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I want to take a digital camera video clip and put it onto a flash drive. The clip is approxiamately 10 minutes. Will it fit onto a 1 GB flash, or even less? I hope this is the sort of question that is alright to put to you. Thanks Mike Oh!, if I wanted to film the same video clip on my own Samsung 2 megapixel camera, what size compact flash memory card would I need?

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The amount of memory required depends on the amount of compression. 1 GB is good enough for about 25 minutes
of a premium quality DVD movie, and several house of
reasonable quality mpeg video

In terms of short video clips from an hand held digital mini
camera, the 1 GB Flash card is plenty, providing the camera
uses an efficient compression algorithm.

Martin

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