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I do not own this camera. I will use common sense. Taking moves need lots of memory and lots of power. If you have a nearly full memory card or a weak battery your recording time will be limited. Taking movies in any camera runs the DSP (inside the camera) hard and fast. This causes excess heat. If the camera gets too hot it will stop taking movies. It is memory, power and temperature.
There are two possible reasons. The first one is a file size limitation. The size of a file is stored as a 32-bit number, so when you get to 4Gb, the file size is 'full' and can't be a bigger number; thus, if you're recording in HD you might get to this 4Gb 'brick wall' first. I think it comes at about 12 minutes.
The second is an artificial limitation made for tax purposes. Even if you choose a lower resolution, your recording will stop at 29:59, or one second short of 30 minutes. This is because the EU imposes a hefty tax on any device they call a 'camcorder'. They define camcorder as something that can record for 30 minutes or more. Therefore they stop the recording at 29:59 to avoid being defined as a camcorder, and hence avoiding the tax.
Press the MODE button to select the Video mode. Note: The camera has limited internal memory allowing you to record up to 20 seconds in QVGA. An SD
card (up to 8GB) needs to be inserted in order to use the video mode normally.
When the icon appears on the top left corner of the LCD screen this indicates that you are in Video
1. Prepare the object or subject you wish to record.
2. Press the Shutter button to begin shooting the video.
3. The elapse time will appear on the top right of the LCD screen and the icon will flash on the
4. Press the Shutter button again to stop the recording and save this file in AVI format.
1. You can preview the AVI files in Playback mode or once downloaded to your computer by using
Quick Time and Windows Media Player.
2. When the camera's memory is full, the “Memory Full Insert a SD Memory Card to Transfer and
Shoot More video!” message will appear on the LCD screen when you attempt shoot more videos.
Download the test file from the internal memory to the PC or delete them to shoot more videos.
Alternatively, you can insert a SD memory card to expand the memory to record longer videos.
3. The LED will light up when the light condition is not good.
While on video mode press options and select settings. Scroll down to Video quality and change to High or Normal. On Memory in use, select memory card. The length of video recording is restricted by the available space on your memory card and up to one hour per clip.
Download P2k advance editor from www.modmymoto.com. Extract it on your Computer. Then connect your phone via usb. run the P2kAE and select connect then go to services or something but its on the second. then go to video camera and select read from phone then increase the recording memory from 50Kb to 50Mb or higher if required you can also save videos in mp4 format. Note: don't go beyond the size of the memory card.
Seems like its time to flush the contents of the memory card of camcorder to a computer. There's a limited amount of memory in every memory card. After constant recording, the memory gets full and the recorded stuff needs to be either deleted or flushed (uploaded to a computer) to make room for newly recorded stuff.
Unless you have a blank memory card, your problem should be solved by the above mentioned idea.