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    I also helped create and run the first association in the U.S. for the paging and mobile telephone industries.

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    Wednesday, January 21, 2004


    Justen Dyche

    I am the project manager for this BBC project. The length of clips is in fact limmited solely by the capaity of the memory card. 64mb allows for 40 minutes of MP4 video at QQVGA resolution. With the capacity of MMCs now 256mb or higher you can see that 15 minutes is a gross underestimate, several hours could be achieved.

    Wireless Watch Japan

    Re; Video phones for BBC journalists

    "Simply using their mobile phones, which are equipped with Philips' multimedia camcorder software, BBC journalists can conveniently and rapidly record video clips, up to 15 minutes in duration, and transmit them instantly to the studio for public television broadcast."

    Does anyone have a BBC link for this story..?!? I can't help but wonder if the vdo clips that can be created and sent over the air are actually more like 15 SECONDS..!!! A full 15 minutes duration would be a MASSIVE file to create on the handset let alone trying to send it from a wireless device. IF indeed the Phillps 'ware can somehow do this little trick I would be very interested to hear more about it.

    L.Cosh-Ishii | Dir. Digital Media
    Wireless Watch Japan

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