Write protection

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  1. PhotoMuis

    PhotoMuis Scribbler - Standard Member

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    Assuming you don't have any files bigger than 4 GB (per file), you should be fine.
     
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    Not really...I don't need that kind of security at the moment.
    I am trying to burn some movies to my 16GB card and some data on
    to the 32 GB card. I think dvd movie files are at least 4-7gb.

    Maybe there is a way to encrypt individual files and folders?
     
  3. dgoodisi

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    I use truecrypt to create encrypted folders on my SD cards.

    I also never put the original DVD files on my SD cards, instead using VidCoder to create a smaller mp4 file.

    I have about 20 movies on my current 32gb SD card, all play just fine on my Slate.

    I leave the original files for playing on the big screen.

    While I use FAT32 for all of my SD cards and thumb drives, I do use NTFS for all of my USB hard drives. By following the recommendations in link from my prior post I make sure that the drive can be accessible from any Windows PC.
     
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    Do you have a link to VidCoder?
     
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