Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Recording maximum filesize?
Re: Recording maximum filesize?
From: Chris Houghten <chris_at_houghten.com>
Date: Fri, 3 Jan 2003 11:26:54 -0500
The only time I ever had a problem with filesizes and fat32 was when working
with video files. fat32 will NOT allow you to create an avi file larger than
2 GB. Although, that was the first time I tried creating a file even that
large. That was when I finally switched to ntfs. But, I personally would NOT
want to be the person who had to edit a multi GB mp3 file, nor would I ever
listen to one that big. One band's full set wouldn't come close to that.
But, that's just me.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Linus Nielsen Feltzing" <linus_at_haxx.se>
Sent: Friday, January 03, 2003 7:31 AM
Subject: Re: Recording maximum filesize?
> lee donaghy wrote:
> > Are you sure, when i author a dvd i can create a 4.3Gb
> > image file on Fat32
> The theoretical file size limit on FAT32 is 4Gb, but many applications
> have problems dealing with files larger than 2Gb probably because they
> use signed types for the file size information.
> The 4Gb limitation is there simply because the file size is stored in
> the directory structure as a 32-bit number.
> For what it's worth:
Received on 2003-01-03