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How do I Transfer large files >4GB from a Humax HDR linux to windows formated (NTFS or FAT 32) USB stick as I want to play it on windows machine or Mac while on the move. I understand that NTFS and FAT32 have a 4GB file size limit
Get yourself a video file converter and covert to another format to lower the fiesize, you'll lose a little quality but your videos will be stored on usb and usable on windows. I use the free program 'anyvideo converter' for windows it's free and reliable, but it doesn't have too many features.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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