02-02-2020 11:27 PM
Well I think you pinpointed the differences and ruled out the FS and cards sizes. Nice specific answers, thank you.
I see it as an advantage having one larger file vs smaller files. There always seen to be some overhead in switching files and
a few dropped frames. So I think this is better. My Opinion. I guess a phone call to Canon will let you know what their intent was.
As a retired Software Engineer, we always did think that managers never understood the how and whys off.
So don't be surprised if you get same vague answer form Canon !
I guess you can put in a FAT32 (not exFAT) and see it it's smart enought to roll over into the next file, or will it just stop?
I guess I wasnt much help, but you helped me understand the problem much more, thanks for that!
04-18-2021 02:51 PM - edited 04-18-2021 03:06 PM
My issue is not really with the video split but rather the audio. I record my music shows which last from 60 to 90 minutes. The camera separates the files into about 5 or six smaller files and when I attempt to join them together in Sony Vegas 17, there is always an audio drop in the middle of a song due to the sparation. This is very frustratining and even a video joiner program can't fix the dropped audio. My camera is a Canon Vixia HF R300.