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which Pen drive to connect to LG Cinema 3D

by manishhhhhh / April 10, 2012 11:16 PM PDT

Hi,
I want to connect a pendrive to my LG Cinema 3d and watch 3d movie.
The file size of the movie is 7GB.
Which pen drive would work out, cause normally the pendrives dont allow one file of size more than 4 gb i guess.

Please help

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DOA Why?
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / April 11, 2012 1:31 AM PDT

The reason for the 4GB limit is the file system and not the pen drive. Simple to fix. Break the movie into 2 parts using the tools you used to make your movie.
Bob

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I tried this method
by media_tech_pro / July 1, 2012 2:47 PM PDT

I tried this method and breaking a movie into 2 parts once and it worked but after doing for a number of times, I gave up as the process takes too much time. To solve this complex process, I just connect my PC to my Smart TV through WiFi and the content sharing system. I have an LG it has that feature that links your devices to your TV. They call it smart sharing or smart share.

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