1. EnsarN's Avatar
    How many minutes do I get with 128GB, with 4K recording?
    12-19-2014 06:45 AM
  2. etdoner's Avatar
    I don't think you can record 4k on SD because of the write speed limits. Even if you do, it won't be large in size.
    12-19-2014 08:07 AM
  3. Gary02468's Avatar
    I don't think you can record 4k on SD because of the write speed limits.
    That's false. I record UHD video to SD all the time. Just try it. Or read the manual.
    tclementi1 and CehowardNote7 like this.
    12-19-2014 09:07 AM
  4. Gary02468's Avatar
    How many minutes do I get with 128GB, with 4K recording?
    The Note 4 limits each UHD recording (which is actually 3K, despite the industry's inaccurate 4K label) to five minutes, regardless of available storage. That's about 1.8 GB.
    12-19-2014 09:09 AM
  5. EnsarN's Avatar
    Thank you. Really not OK though, 5 minutes is very little. Is there methodes to bypass this somehow?
    12-19-2014 03:05 PM
  6. sparksd's Avatar
    Thank you. Really not OK though, 5 minutes is very little. Is there methodes to bypass this somehow?
    Have to root & mod:

    Remove 5 Minute 4K Recording Limit on Galaxy Note 4 | NaldoTech

    Samsung Galaxy Note 4: Removing 5 Minute Limit for 4K Video Recording

    I recall reading somewhere that the 5 minute restriction was put in place because of overheating concerns.

    edit: a little more info on the limit & overheating -

    Shooting 4K Video On Your Smartphone - HardwareZone.com.sg
    EnsarN likes this.
    12-19-2014 04:46 PM
  7. M3Stang's Avatar
    Yeah the 5 minute limit is a slight inconvenience for me as well. But should I ever need to take such a lengthy video I don't mind splitting it up. My go pro does that every 30 minutes.

    Posted via the Android Central App
    EnsarN likes this.
    12-20-2014 02:11 AM
  8. AlfieBriggs's Avatar
    As people have stated its capped at 5 minutes and Samsung have warned your phone could fry if you root to change the amount of time plus it would void your warranty. Also file sizes depend on the movement and ISO etc.

    Posted via my amazing Note 4 paired with my Moto360
    12-20-2014 07:20 AM
  9. anon8126715's Avatar
    Is there a time limit with shooting 1080p? If not, how much are you really going to miss going from 4K to 1080p? I mean based on the content of what you're shooting and your intended audience (If you're posting on youtube, how many people actually have 4K monitors?) why not just drop it back some?

    If the content is really something that must be shot in 4K, then why not use something more suitable than your cell phone?
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    12-20-2014 01:42 PM
  10. sosynth's Avatar
    If you're shooting from a distance, higher resolutions allows you to zoom in further in editing. That's my reason.
    06-02-2016 01:02 PM
  11. Tsepz_GP's Avatar
    Is there a time limit with shooting 1080p? If not, how much are you really going to miss going from 4K to 1080p? I mean based on the content of what you're shooting and your intended audience (If you're posting on youtube, how many people actually have 4K monitors?) why not just drop it back some?

    If the content is really something that must be shot in 4K, then why not use something more suitable than your cell phone?
    Yep!

    I'd rather shoot 1080P@60FPS than 4K
    .....in actual fact, that is what I do, looks far better.
    06-03-2016 06:30 PM

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