MicroSD Card Recording Capacity

We have run recording tests and determined estimated maximum recording times for each streaming quality in addition to recording to the microSD card only.

Please note that if you are livestreaming, your event will continue broadcasting even if you run out of recording space on your microSD card.

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When you select Record, and then choose your quality, the Mevo app provides an estimate of how many gigabytes-per-hour each recording quality will use. Use these rates as your guidelines.

HD = 10Mbps / 4.5 GB per hour

Full HD = 20Mbps / 9 GB per hour

4K = 50Mbps / 22.5 GB per hour

Important: The numbers reflected here are estimated maximum recording times based on our testing. Times can vary depending on the content being recorded due to bitrate fluctuation when processing the video data.

  • Lots of movement in video (e.g. sports) = more video data recorded = less recording space
  • Little of movement in video (e.g. panel discussion)  less video data recorded = more recording space

16 GB card

  • Low quality stream: 30 hours
  • Medium quality stream: 20 hours
  • HD quality stream: 9.5 hours
  • HD Recording, no stream: 3 hours
  • Full HD Recording: Less than 2 hours
  • 4K Recording: Less than 1 hour

32 GB

  • Low quality stream: 60 hours
  • Medium quality stream: 40 hours
  • HD quality stream: 19 hours 
  • HD Recording, no stream: 6 hours
  • Full HD Recording: 3 hours
  • 4K Recording 1.5 hours

64 GB

  • Low quality stream: 132 hours
  • Medium quality stream: 80 hours
  • HD quality stream: 38 hours
  • HD Recording, no stream: 12 hours
  • Full HD Recording: 6 hours
  • 4K Recording: 3 hours

128 GB

  • Low quality stream: 264 hours
  • Medium quality stream: 160 hours
  • HD quality stream: 76 hours
  • HD Recording, no stream: 24 hours
  • Full HD Recording: 12 hours
  • 4K Recording: 6 hours