Discussion in 'Video Cameras' started by Marc Down, Oct 2, 2006.

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    Jerry Guest

    If USB was a (UK) car I'm sure it would be a BL Metro, exceedingly
    popular but crap all the same with limited functionality, out-lived
    by the car(s) that it was meant to replace...
    Jerry, Oct 4, 2006
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    Tony Morgan Guest

    In message <_HFUg.25730$>, Jukka Aho
    The USB-IF is a bit of a joke within the industry Jukka.

    Just take a stroll around your local PC World to see how many
    PC/peripheral manufacturers conform/adopt the USB-IF "standard".
    Tony Morgan, Oct 4, 2006
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    Just D Guest

    "G Hardy"
    The family is some kind of the ship where cook is driving :)
    Just D, Nov 29, 2006
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    Just D Guest

    "Harry Broomhall"
    Not exactly. More than one.
    Here are couple interesting links:



    Just D.
    Just D, Nov 29, 2006
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    Just D Guest

    About correct.


    So 4 BG file size limit, then 15 GBytes from a 1-hr tape = ~15 minutes +/-
    so that 18 minutes are looking correctly. Keeping in mind that FAT is
    usually very fragmented, the speed should be slowing down dramatically after
    reaching some threshold.

    Just D.

    "Harry Broomhall"
    Just D, Nov 29, 2006
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    Just D Guest

    The guy writes in this article about uncompressed video without sound. Well,
    AVI is a lightly compressed format, I can't believe that having 20
    MBytes/sec we can get 15 GBytes/hr. Let me guess:

    20.736 MB/sec * 3600 / 1024 = 72.9 - so far from real 15 GBytes from one DV
    tape :)

    Only when I make a complete slide-show from my AVI, say one minute length
    AVI file into BMP format I'm able to get the issue described in this
    article. But we never get uncompressed video stream from DV tape by default.
    Or I'm wrong? :)

    Just D.

    Just D, Nov 29, 2006
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