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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by newfben, Sep 13, 2010.

  1. newfben

    newfben Member
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    I need to record four eight minute segments. Will my droid x be able to handle that? Thanks for your help!!
     

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  2. Paycer

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    I know that while recording in 720p it shows the recording time out of 30min. I've never had to record one longer than that, but it's really a reasonable limit. A video recorded in 720p on the phone, that's only a few minutes long, can take up hundreds of megs. As far as other resolutions are concerned, I don't know.

    What do you mean by, "handle that,"? Be more specific. What is it specifically that you need it to be able to do?
     
  3. newfben

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    I need to know. If the battery will hold up and will I have enough storage space?
     
  4. graff_king

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    I believe the storage space is dictated by your sd card.
     
  5. bigbadwulff

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    It's not that long. Just give it a try. Turn it on and let it sit. You can always delete it.
     
  6. Kevmueller

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    I recorded a three things the other night that were about 12 minutes each over a 2 and a half hour period and was on the web, texting and calling while I was not recording on it and still had 70% of the battery left at the end, so you should be just fine.

    I was fully charged when I started.
     
  7. quickaudi

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    you will have no problem doing it if you start with a full battery
     

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