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2007\03\02@221122 by Cedric Chang

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Is anyone aware of a product that will capture NTSC video input,  
compress it and store it on a thumbdrive or other solid state memory ?
I want to capture 30 minutes of video in  a solid state  memory where  
the oldest video is discarded.

The CVS cameras sort of did this except the camera was integrated  
with the storage and playback.


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2007\03\03@025111 by Robert Rolf

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www.sandisk.com/Products/Catalog(1209)-SanDisk_VMate_Video_Memory_Card_Recorder.aspx

Records video to SD/CF/MMC cards.

I picked up a couple of these to play with to make an 'eyewitness' recorder for
my vehicle. e.g. a PCB camera & recorder to log the actions of drivers causing
accidents to or around me. (I've dodged a few too many idiots in my day).

The one problem is that the firmware WON'T overwrite the file when full, but I just
swap out the card when I get home and format it on my PC every night.

My one concern would be wearing out the EEPROM on board. Hopefully the cards have
wear leveling firmware on board.

Robert

Cedric Chang wrote:

> Is anyone aware of a product that will capture NTSC video input,  
> compress it and store it on a thumbdrive or other solid state memory ?
> I want to capture 30 minutes of video in  a solid state  memory where  
> the oldest video is discarded.
>
> The CVS cameras sort of did this except the camera was integrated  
> with the storage and playback.

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