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Windows 7: Video files from SDXC memory card

19 Oct 2012   #1
Er1c

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Video files from SDXC memory card

I have a new HD digital camcorder and have purchased 2 @ SDXC memory cards to record on to. Have now noticed a warning in the manual:- "Movies recorded on SDXC cards cannot be imported to or played back on computers not supporting the exFAT file system by connecting the camcorder with the USB cable. Check in advance that the computer is supporting the exFAT system. It further says that if connected to equipment not supporting exFAT and the format screen appears do not perform the the format as all data recorded will be lost."
I have read that Windows 7 does support exFAT, but my PC hard drive is formatted NTFS and I gather this is the only option. I am therefore confused - does my PC support exFAT or not? Will I be able to transfer my videos to my PC to edit and and play them?


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19 Oct 2012   #2
Bongo

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Yes it is supported, thumb drives are a exFat or Fat exFAT - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

You should be OK

Jerry
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20 Oct 2012   #3
Er1c

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Thanks Jerry, That's re-assuring. Eric.
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20 Oct 2012   #4
Bongo

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You're Welcome
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