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Question about video recording limits
I record presentations at work, but we do not have a proper camcorder. We currently use a cheap Sony Webbie, which has a 25-minute limit. Therefore, I have to time it, and stop and restart the Webbie about every 20 minutes. Plus the video quality is terrible.
Is using my Nexus a viable alternative (I would be recording at 720p)? I have the Verizon one, which has 32GB (currently 28GB free), so space isn't an issue since I would offload the video for titling and re-encoding right after. I've tried looking for some answers, but have found none for this phone.
My 2 Qs are:
1) What is the filesize limit? I know the iPhone is formatted with a version of FAT, which limits one file to be no more than 4GB. My Nexus uses ext4 AFAIK. Does this have the same limit? And if it does have a limit, will the video recorder stop at the limit or (hopefully) close the current file and start recording to a new one as many cameras do?
2) Is there a time limit for recording, not factoring in file size?