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Where store video file on Rezound

Discussion in 'Music & Media' started by xrbbaker, Jan 12, 2012.

  1. xrbbaker

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    Hi

    So now that I converted one of my DVDs to MP4 video I'd like to see if I can watch in on my new rezound. It's 5GB.

    If I'm seeing this right... If I connect my phone to my pc and mount it as a disk drive I can't get to my SD and my phone space isn't enough at 2.2GB to store the file. Disconnect the phone from the pc and viola the SD shows 10GB available space. How do I copy my video file to the SD?

    Danke!
     

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    That 10GB is the phone's internal SD storage IMO.

    I think, you'll need an external SD card to copy your video on it.

    But with a 5GB file you might get a problem with the SD card's FAT32 format. With FAT32 a file has to be less than 4GB.

    Harry
     
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    Hmmm. roger that. I'll stop by the ol' Verizon store and make sure what I have. If I'm still stuck after that I'll pop by again. thank you!
     
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    Gerne :)

    When you are done with splitting your video, a problem might be to play a 2.5GB video with the stock video player.
    So you could split the video in parts less than 1GB. Or you might install a video player for big video files :)

    I use 'Vital Player' for playing big video files.

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