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    Senior Member tilla's Avatar
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    So we can all agree, the file system on PS3 HDD takes the files just fine over 4 GB. It's the DRM of the video playing codecs that's causing you people issues.

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    Could someone confirm result using latest 2.10 firmware?
    My PS3 still using 1.93

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    yes , i also transfers a 35 gb data m2ts but it doesen't play it

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    yes, ps3 hd has 4G limited

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    ps3 has 4gb limited but it can run retail file that 4gb+ !!!!

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    i didn't notice that there is a file limit !! i copied a video that is over 5GB and worked fine

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    wierd, i was under the impression that all files were limited due to the filesystem. hmm

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    128mb from 3.7?. Something has prob gone wrong.

    Try playing the files back in vlc first. sometimes when re-encoding video files or spliting if there is an error in the transport stream or if its a non standard format the output files will be corrupt.

    Usually only a few mins of video before it finds any errors

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    Quote Originally Posted by maya2006 View Post
    i didn't notice that there is a file limit !! i copied a video that is over 5GB and worked fine
    Could you kindly confirm your fw version and video file format?
    I think 4GB failures could be related to the PS3 player...

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    Most likely, Sony cocked up the implementation of their player.
    The PS3 can play BD movies who have files > 4GB and games can use files as big.
    Let's hope a newer firmware will fix this. It's unacceptable that an highend player cannot play files this big.

 

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