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Thread: Canon HF100 camcorder (was: [EE] SDHC Cards,was Re: Digital Sound)
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>> It's stunning the compression rates that can be achieved
>> these days. :-)

> Wait until we get 3D object recognition in real time in
> the camcorder
> - then all they'll do is record 3D meshes with textures
> moving about
> the scene.  15:1 is nothing!

Nay sir

> I'm impressed with the camera itself.
> Two hours of HD video at the highest
> quality setting on a 16Mb card is
> fine.  ...
>  The highest
> quality setting is 17Mbits/second.

17 Mb/s x 1/8 Bytes x 7200 seconds / 16 MB ~= 956:1*


FWIW 17 /8*7200 = 15.3 GB or NO compression at all.
Or, maybe that's unwinding the calculation that produced the
17 Mb/s in the 1st place.
Seems quite likely. Full circle ;-).


That 956 = 1000 for some values of = is not a coincidence

<1b9301c8f706$6c8b1da0$e701a8c0@y2k> 7bit

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