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  1. donnyb's Avatar
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    I'm a newbie to the treo family. I moved up from a Sanyo VM4500. Check this out, its great. Movie
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    awesome!!!
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    That is awesome........
    I wish someone or maybe you can post a videoclip showing the various apps inaction.
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    fantastic. that looks great. nice work.
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    how did you that??? What app do you use for movies, etc.?
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    Downloading your 18 mb movie now. Judging by the size, I venture to guess that it was recorded direct to sd. Tell me that is true! At the Boston roadshow I asked and was told the 650 records video to memory first, which I hope you are proving to be wrong.

    Quote Originally Posted by donnyb
    I'm a newbie to the treo family. I moved up from a Sanyo VM4500. Check this out, its great. Movie
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    That's not a recording of a T650 from a T650, right? If so, I'd be very impressed! Which movie player was running in that clip?
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    Just to let you know, you can choose if you want to record directly to your sd card, or internal memory. It will also give you the total amount of time left when recording. The same goes for the pictures.
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    I was playing the video with mmplayer. I encoded it with ffmpegX (using a mac) Then installed it on a Sandisk Ultra II 1gb. It seem to work really well. The Ultra card is very fast!
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    Quote Originally Posted by treojunkie
    That's not a recording of a T650 from a T650, right? If so, I'd be very impressed! Which movie player was running in that clip?
    I was recorded with a Canon S500.
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    Yes it is fast, almost scored 3 times higher on the 650 then the 600 in vfs mark.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Goldfinger
    Just to let you know, you can choose if you want to record directly to your sd card, or internal memory. It will also give you the total amount of time left when recording. The same goes for the pictures.
    With an 1gb card you get 11926 photos and 7:13:39 L... (not sure if that 7 minutes or hours)
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    Very, very cool, donnyb. Thanks for sharing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by donnyb
    With an 1gb card you get 11926 photos and 7:13:39 L... (not sure if that 7 minutes or hours)
    I think it's hours Mine has 690 megs free and it's showing that it will record for more than 5 hours. Amazing!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Goldfinger
    Yes it is fast, almost scored 3 times higher on the 650 then the 600 in vfs mark.
    Can you post your VFS Mark numbers for the Ultra II? Here are mine for my PQI 1 GB card. The write numbers are horrible though:

    VFSMark Results

    File Create: 258%
    File Delete: 222%
    File Write: 38%
    File Read: 692%
    File Seek: 737%
    DB Export: 184%
    DB Import: 416%
    Record Access: 882%
    Resource Access: 834%

    VFSMark: 473
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    donny, where did you get the Seinfeld clips?
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    Quote Originally Posted by silverado
    Can you post your VFS Mark numbers for the Ultra II? Here are mine for my PQI 1 GB card. The write numbers are horrible though:

    VFSMark Results

    File Create: 258%
    File Delete: 222%
    File Write: 38%
    File Read: 692%
    File Seek: 737%
    DB Export: 184%
    DB Import: 416%
    Record Access: 882%
    Resource Access: 834%

    VFSMark: 473
    VFSMark Results

    File Create: 479%
    File Delete: 175%
    File Write: 44%
    File Read: 653%
    File Seek: 694%
    DB Export: 225%
    DB Import: 476%
    Record Access: 724%
    Resource Access: 698%

    VFSMark: 463
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    VFSMark with my Sandisk 512 Ultra II

    File Create: 701%
    File Delete: 492%
    File Write: 169%
    File Read: 662%
    File Seek: 786%
    DB Export: 249%
    DB Import: 495%
    Record Access: 786%
    Resource Access: 737%

    VFSMark: 564
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    ^^^Now thats what I am talking about.^^^
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    I have a PQI 1GB card and get a VFSMark of 670 on Zodiac 2. The card is only $60. Works great.
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