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posted 2014-11-28 09:09:16 +0300

I think it's because of FAT32 filesystem. This filesystem is free of use, and doesn't support volumes >32GB. Exfat is the official filesystem that's been used for microsd cards and USB-sticks >32GB. But there are royalties involved... Another benefit exfat (EXtended File Allocation Table) has (and that's interesting me) is it support files >4GiB. What does this means for us: copy complete movies (1080P) to SD. Please correct me if I'm wrong.

I think it's because of FAT32 filesystem. This filesystem is free of use, and doesn't support volumes >32GB. Exfat is the official filesystem that's been used for microsd cards and USB-sticks >32GB. But there are royalties involved... Another benefit exfat (EXtended File Allocation Table) has (and that's interesting that interests me) is it support files >4GiB. What does this means for us: copy complete movies (1080P) to SD. Please correct me if I'm wrong.