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Old 09-25-2019, 12:11 AM   #11
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If your output file goes over 4GB try formatting your USB file system from FAT32 to EXFAT. This will get you past the 4GB limit with Fat32 and it is a lot like Fat32 unlike NTFS.
exFat does not work on many TVs

only Fat32 works on all TVs
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Old 09-25-2019, 12:51 AM   #12
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For compatibility Iíd also go with Antonís Point. Plus, make sure the USB stick is MBR formatted and not GPT.
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Old 09-26-2019, 09:07 PM   #13
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Anton, I completed the deposition video today. Total Record time 122 minutes in XAVC, 50-Mbps 8-Bit.
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Old 09-27-2019, 12:01 AM   #14
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If you need to fit it on a Fat32 USB for TV playback, you need to use Handbrake, dual pass with bitrate of 3400 for video and 256 for audio

If for PC playback only, format the USB exFat and export direct from EDIUS with bitrate of around 12M for video and 256 for audio and hardware encoder unticked for best quality
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Old 09-27-2019, 09:03 AM   #15
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If you need to fit it on a Fat32 USB for TV playback, you need to use Handbrake, dual pass with bitrate of 3400 for video and 256 for audio

If for PC playback only, format the USB exFat and export direct from EDIUS with bitrate of around 12M for video and 256 for audio and hardware encoder unticked for best quality
Anton thank you. If I have any trouble i'll re-contact you. Thanks again!!!
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Old 09-27-2019, 11:00 AM   #16
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If you need to fit it on a Fat32 USB for TV playback, you need to use Handbrake, dual pass with bitrate of 3400 for video and 256 for audio

If for PC playback only, format the USB exFat and export direct from EDIUS with bitrate of around 12M for video and 256 for audio and hardware encoder unticked for best quality
Thanks Anton; precious informations you have shared
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I just did a 40 min video on Edius for an attorney for court and gave it to him on a USB drive. The USB flash drive and video format has to be very compatible with as many computer's as possible since you have no idea what it will be playing on Mac or PC vs what operating system. I used H.264 format in Edius and USB flash drive Format as Exfat. MP4 and Exfat is a VERY compatible format with Mac and PC.
Thanks for the H.264 format tip. I have been formatting in GVHQ, GVHQX in AVI and MPEG but I don't know other compatibilities they are as you have mentioned. I just know that I haven't had any complaints but if I can reach out further in compatibility I'd be happy to switch to H.264. Thanks again!!!
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Thanks for the H.264 format tip. I have been formatting in GVHQ, GVHQX in AVI and MPEG but I don't know other compatibilities they are as you have mentioned. I just know that I haven't had any complaints but if I can reach out further in compatibility I'd be happy to switch to H.264. Thanks again!!!
You are talking about something completely different. The EXFAT, etc. discussion is talking` about formatting the USB drive.
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You are talking about something completely different. The EXFAT, etc. discussion is talking` about formatting the USB drive.
If I may say, I have already completed the USB formatting and also the handbrake went absolutely perfect and the USB flash drives are in the mail and the client should be receiving them today with great reviews if I may add. I was only pointing out something other that another member is using differently then myself. Maybe I should've commented on both to save any confusion. Thanks for checking in!
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