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21st February 2013, 12:05 PM   |  #101  
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Movie app is capable of MKV's just fine too. MP4, AVI, MKV, all supported with video codec XviD or H264, and with audio codec MP3 or AAC (single-channel).

What isn't supported: MP4's, AVI's or MKV's with other video codecs (hardly ever used anymore) or with other audio codecs (like AC3 (Dolby Digital), DTS and other surround variants). Pretty much like all other phones.
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21st February 2013, 08:28 PM   |  #102  
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thank you so much
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Re: 64gb sd support?
Can someone please run a speed test on the sd card

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22nd February 2013, 03:42 PM   |  #104  
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Sony Xperia Z supports 64GB microsdxc memory cards

http://blog.clove.co.uk/2013/02/22/s...-memory-cards/
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i was told i can format the 64gb card into ext4 format and plug and play in xperia Z, to enable more then 4gb file, is that true?
of cos with the disadvantage of cant read by windows PC without special driver.
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Nope not correct. Tried formatting my sdcard with ext4 and the XZ did not recognized it
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ok, thanks for the clarification.
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I'm not trolling, this is a genuine question.

Why are so many people getting hung up about a 4GB file size? Every single DVD I've ripped is between 2 and 3GB. Pictures and MP3 files are a fraction of that. The only files I can imagine wanting that are more then 4GB are Blu Ray films, and on a 5" screen I defy anyone to tell the difference between SD and HD.

Am I missing something?
24th February 2013, 11:52 AM   |  #109  
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Re: 64gb sd support?
I can defy sd, hd and fhd AND uhd parapaul
As such there are mkv files just above the 4gb mark depending on your download choice. If that is an issue, you can always use WiFi file explorer :thumbup:
So no biggie.

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WiFi explorer pro (no size restrictions like some other apps)
https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...ileExplorerPRO

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Originally Posted by Riyal

Yes it does! And shockingly by almost 7-8folds

I tried using my 64gb microSDXC with a UHS adapter and connect it on my PC(before I formatted it to fat32) and write speeds were 20+mb then after I formatted it to fat32 it barely even reach 5mb lol!

will the quality of full HD 1080p video recording quality suffer since the write speed is only 5mb? not sure what is the write speed of recording a full HD video...

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