The Nikon may attempt to estimate before recording if there will be sufficient space available for the movie, but any such estimate will always be incorrect since video
stuge wrote:xbern wrote:so when are we expecting the d7000 release?
Very easy: When you create it.
xbern wrote:so when are we expecting the d7000 release?
Simeon wrote:xbern wrote:so when are we expecting the d7000 release?
I first need to build the patch, which I was waiting for someone to volunteer to test, then I'll release public, after first result pass.
matt wrote:I was comfortable with letting it get that warm. Someone did point out that it would probably shorten the life of the sensor in the long run, but for the times that I need long recording for event video I think it's worth it. Food for thought.
to whoever mentioned exFAT, having a file system capable of storing files greater than 4GB is worthless if the OS cannot handle files greater than 4GB. If the OS is working in 32-bit address space for example, it's going to run out of addresses around 4GB anyway. One would have to implement some sort of Physical Address Extension or something to handle > 4GB.
No, the entire file isn't held in memory, at most it's just a few frames, which get written out in a streaming fashion, and new frames compressed in memory, and repeat. The filesystem layer can be viewed as an address translation layer. Consider that you use >4 GB capacity cards in the 32-bit machine without problems.
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