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It means that the video will last 10 seconds. 30 frames/sec is the quality of the video. It is the number of individual pictures take per second. Example: 10 frames/sec produces a jerky video but is sometimes used for security monitoring. On some cameras you can reduce the frames/sec to get a longer running time.
Check your battery. Check the remaining space left on the memory card or in memory. Since the kind of camera is not mentioned, it may be some other problem here. Depending on the kind of camera, it can be that the camera will not allow more than what you are taking. Some digital cameras have a limit of only 40 seconds. Some have a much longer limit. Some cameras are limited only by the amount of memory remaining on the memory card or stick.