How many hours of HD movie can fit on a 32GB card?
Frage von Riki1979: April 2010
Love stories run,
my question is at the top and I'm about to buy me the HDC-SD707 Panasonic out of the house because he was here evaluated in slashCAM very well. The test pictures have convinced me synonymous much!
With my SonyDCR-SR52E (30 GB drive, still stands at ¬ 175.00 for Quoka for sale), I could record up to 20 hours of material, but what I have never been exploited properly. Now this is a synonymous standard-definition camera.
HD material would need to take my view, more storage capacity than SD material.
I thank you in advance for your answers and remain
Antwort von tommyb:
At 28 Mbit / s are just 4.5 minutes per gigabyte, ie at about 32GB 144 minutes would be in there.
Antwort von Riki1979:
I have read something somewhere else but of 12 hours:
Antwort von s-a-l-s-a:
Answering this question requires accurate knowledge of the camera used the video - and audio data rates ahead of the data used and reduction of the used signal components ratio.
Antwort von markus-s:
at approximately 2:40 1080p50/28 Mbps, over 13h in HE mode (1080i50, 5 Mbps).
If this camera ight Full-HD recording and not as a precompressed MPEG-/h.264-Hobbyformat, which we will again and again as "HD video" made palatable, then you get to 32 GB about 32 minutes of film on your card .
For others, pseudo-HD formats hold correspondingly more. A look at the manual, where the data rate is certainly noted, would probably help you if you are then equipped with minimal mathematical knowledge!
But since you know so little about a camera which you intend to buy, know that you can not even answer the opening question yourself, then you should grow you something else, or you stay with the known SD-Cam!
Antwort von Paul*Berlin:
@ Débonnaire: This is perhaps a bit hard! The question of space, he could probably answer in the act itself, but from the fact that he asks here to suggest that he is incapable of an HD camera is, I think is wrong. 1st Located between the handling of a SD and an HD-Cam-Cam miles of no differences, at least, when we speak of units of this price range.
And your "frustration" over pseudo-HD may perhaps be justified, but nevertheless has a much better picture quality AVCHD (technically, of course) than that of SD camcorders (I speak here of Consumer-SD camcorders, not of the prosumer SD camcorders, which are still too expensive for ordinary consumer!)
Maybe you should worry about finding for true and "false" HD precise definitions to avoid misunderstandings etc. When we speak of the file formats, then yes pretty quickly clear, but then what should perhaps synonymous for Resolutionher. What I know, maybe Pixel Shift-HD and RealHD. Or so. I now synonymous no preference.