As far as I know it automatically splits the files at 4GB, if not then maybe we should have a chat with midas about fixing that in a software update since it should. I doubt you will have any issues with recording straight to the memory stick even for a 4 hour show.
I seem to remember our M32 working just fine for one event we ran and I recorded something like 6 hours straight, it split happily from what I remember and this was before I updated firmware(just installed into the venue).Testing it is a good idea though.
I use Reaper to do my multi-track and it breaks up the tracks at around 1Gb on my pitiful outdated laptop that only has 2Gb RAM. It does this seamlessly.
Will test it out tonight on out M32 for you as well just to ensure its not a firmware thing... Seems weird to me that Midas wouldn't have sorted that. Also quite strange that it was a 2gb file since fat is a 32bit base so should allow up to 4gb...Is your flash drive maybe formatted to fat-16?That would make even less sense so ignore that...
Hi Jean Pierre,Yes, I agree that this seems as though it should operate differently. The Stick was definitely formatted as FAT32, but the Midas M32C filesize (2Gb) indicates that the M32C 3.04 firmware is treating the files as though the stick was formatted using FAT16 as you mentioned. A shame too, as, if the filesize were to be able to reach 4Gb, I'd be all set!I did send a tech support request to CARE detailing what I'm trying to do.Best regards,Bob
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