Saving MPEG-4

I have a Scandisk Ultra 3.0, 64GB. When trying to save 19.65 GB of MPEG-4, 368 minutes, 960 x 540, I get this “can’t be copied because it is too large for the volume’s format.”  I made this movie using I-Movie, shared to file, if this matters or not. Strictly a novice working here. :slight_smile:  What I am I doing wrong ? Thanks for any help, Randy

I figured it out, changed  the flash drive from FAT 32 system to ex-fat. system, know it swallows the file… Randy

:smiley:   Hi Randy,

Dear member of SanDisk Community, welcome.

Friend, no problem. It is by compatibility of formats.

Maybe, your SanDisk 64GB Ultra 3.0 is in FAT32 format, and it supports files up to 4 GB.

You must check in “Properties” of the UFD (USB Flash Driver or pendrive).

Then you, content having safeguard in the PC, and right-click the icon of the UFD, you give exFAT format, and ready.

Luck, and then you tell us, what happened, please.

Regards, Alfred.                                                              (Google translated)