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Will the Samsung 64GB Evo Plus be sufficient for the Panasonic gx80/85?

What speed does my SD-card need? The manual states that: So any card that can continually write 100 Megabit per second (so around 13 MegaByte per second) should be fast enough for recording 4K. For ...
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Why is my camcorder creating 10:40 clips?

Most devices use memory formatted as FAT32, which gives you a 4GB file size limit, so a recording is broken up across multiple files. For Sony products, Catalyst Browse is normally the software used ...
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Automatic video stop on SDCX class 10 card

You could try a new card. Could be the issue. My guess it's the camera and the heatsink on the sensor. Try a different card first to see if that solves it. Card's can go bad. But with the Canon line ...
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Why did a 10 minute video take up 32GB of space? (Canon 1200D)

For one thing, that chart doesn't list 1920x1080 @ 50 fps, which is what you're shooting. It lists 1920x1080 at 24, 25, and 30. You can assume that you'll get around half the recording time listed ...
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Canon video recording stopped automatically problem but new question not like the other ones!

Typically the problem likely isn't the SD card speed. Depending on the camera it's likely limited because of file size or import taxation. Most cameras use FAT32 as the file system on the SD card, ...
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How do I playout rtmp stream to SDI (Decklink Studio 4K) using FFMPEG command?we are using Windows 7 operating system

As the docs say, you need the Blackmagic DeckLink SDK and you need to configure with the appropriate --extra-cflags and --extra-ldflags. On Windows, you need to run the IDL files through widl ...
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SD class 2 and video HD

According to the SD association, Class 2 SD cards have a minimum writing speed of 2 MB/S. That is not sufficient for HD recording, let alone Full HD. Even though that is only the minimum speed, I don'...
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SD Card - GoPro Hero HD

You shouldn't notice in major downgrades in quality from a slower card (which I'm assuming is the main difference between the "expensive" cards and "normal" cards you mention). Higher speeds are ...

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