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Making a Flash Drive for TV use.

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Making a Flash Drive for TV use.

Postby SPKUSMC193kar » Mon Apr 15, 2024 1:30 pm

After I complete my slide show and then click on Export & Share tab and select TV, I then select Destination
and select a Flash Drive that I have inserted In the laptop. At this point it appears to be rendering and writing to that flash drive
but nothing appears in the Output Preview window. and after several hours the flash drive is empty.
What am I doing wrong? Do I need to great a folder first the copy from the folder to the flash drive?
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Re: Making a Flash Drive for TV use.

Postby Peru » Mon Apr 15, 2024 2:34 pm

I removed your email address from your post so that you would not be subject to the whims of spambots.
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Re: Making a Flash Drive for TV use.

Postby Peru » Mon Apr 15, 2024 7:53 pm

If the export is over 4 GB, the drive needs to be formatted NTFS or exFAT.
FAT32 won't support files larger than 4 GB.
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Re: Making a Flash Drive for TV use.

Postby Steve Grisetti » Tue Apr 16, 2024 10:05 am

Additionally, I'd recommend you output to your computer then copy it over to your flash drive rather that outputtting directly to it.

At this very least this gives you chance to check the video. And, as Peru pointed out, if you flash drive isn't formatted for larger files, outputting to your computer first would eliminate this issue.
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Re: Making a Flash Drive for TV use.

Postby SPKUSMC193kar » Thu Apr 25, 2024 4:11 pm

Thank you, Peru, for the deletion.
Correcting the flash drive to NTFS did not help to record slide show to that drive.
Mr. Grisetti, your solution worked. I created a folder and then exported to that folder. Then copied the slide show from the folder to the flash drive,
Thank you, Thank you.
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Re: Making a Flash Drive for TV use.

Postby Steve Grisetti » Fri Apr 26, 2024 8:14 am

Great news, Steve!
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Re: Making a Flash Drive for TV use.

Postby Chuck Engels » Fri Apr 26, 2024 10:33 am

The conversion to NTFS would have been needed either way, glad you have success :TU:
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