h264frame.dmp over 1 gig?

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    Trying to free up space on the primary partition of my internal memory and I came across this file named "h264frame.dmp" with a file size of 1.35 gigs.
    A Google search reveals nothing about it, does anyone have any experience similar to this?
    Do I need this file? Is it simply a dump file as the extension would imply?

    Basically do I need it or can I trash it.
    Moving it to the sd card for now seems to have had no adverse reaction at all.
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    Did an Astro search of my ICS phone using the term 264 and found 2 files, but they were not named as your file. Might suggest noting its location, connect your phone to a computer and moving the file off your phone and see if things still work correctly. I am guessing this file has something to do with video so I would focus my post-removal tests there first.
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