Originally Posted by linglingjr
BR player doesn't support exFAT. So now I have a handy little unreliable 32gb storage device : )
Have you considered a compromise? Split your video and copy the files onto a FAT32 FS :)
That or you could compress the video, but my gut tells me you want high bitrate. If your video is ~1h:30m long you should be OK. Might choke a couple of times ;)
You should try the software I linked above, as it is better than the Windows utility.
What other filesystems does your player support? I know a number of Oppo players support ext3
Originally Posted by DefQon
You most likely have a fake. Plenty of fake Sandisk's floating on ebay. They usually die on first use or within a few weeks. There are programs out there that can identify the flash used and the actual rated capacity. Yes it's a scam that's been going on for over a decade now since the dawn of USB flash drives on ebay. Usual problems are failed to copy file over 1, 2, 4GB for a 8GB+ usb flash drive/memory card, then the card dies and cannot be detected anymore. Sometimes you get manufacture reject units that don't pass QC requisites from the manufacturer discard the batch. Sellers on fleabay sometimes sell it and the card usually dies within a few days of degraded copy/read performance, I knew one bloke here that had close relations to the plants overseas and was 15000+ factory rejects till he got arrested. Warned him too, he had it coming.
I think his FS was the problem.
That's not to say they are reliable. I buy plenty of 'binned' sandisk/etc dongles on eBay. Typically I find them just as reliable as the Microcenter brand dongles. Would not use them as a primary backup source is what I mean ;)