Introduction: Fixing - Movie Recording Has Been Stopped Automatically
Fixing - Movie recording has been stopped automatically
This video shows 2 different ways to fix the "Movie recording has been stopped automatically" on Canon 600D. This is one of the World's shortest video in fixing this issue.
Cause: A slow (wrong class or incompatible) SD card might make the system not keep up, and abort a movie recording.
- Purchase an Extreme SD card
- Lower down recoding size.
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4 years ago
Apparently in 2018 a mere class 10 write speed will lag causing high quality raw video, and fast frame rates to drop. The only fix is a class 10 UHS 3 or higher. However if the card doesn't boast its WRITE speeds, filming 1920/1080 RAW using high bit rates and frame rates is not gonna be an easy task. Some write speeds are high as 100mbps; Read-speeds are cheap but write-speeds will break the bank.
5 years ago
Wait, so If I have a Class 10 sd Card does that mean that I cannot use it? I thought that Class10 was supposed to be the fastest... But I bought 3 different brand Class Ten's and NONE of them work. But, funny enough, with 1080p recording, my old 8GB SD card works perfectly. Help!!
7 years ago on Introduction
Super simple! Thanks for sharing!
Reply 7 years ago on Introduction