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jonathan wright Posted on May 28, 2007
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Video longer than 30 seconds?

When I use some memory cards, I can take only 30 second videos. When I use others, I can take longer videos. Why is that? Can I change something to always take longer videos?

  • jonathan wright Jun 03, 2007

    This isn't true. I figured it out. It depends on the size you shoot whether 640x or whatever.

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Only the card size. The bigger the card the the bigger the file. your manual should tell you how many images or video length you can get on a given size of card.

  • Anonymous Jun 03, 2007

    Ha Ha you did not say your were trying different reolutions.
    You must always give the true facts

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This is likely to be the particular memory card you are using.

 

some GENUINE olympus memory cards will only record short snipets of video in MPEG4 mode.

 

I believe a memory card with model like M-512Mb has this fault.

 

Check the Olympus website.

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