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Correct on the separate FL.
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On 7/2/2020 8:10 PM, Tim Ferguson wrote:
All the discussion has given me a sudden interest in recording, it’s a
lot more ‘programmable’ than I imagined. If I wanted to just record one
or two channels (frequencies) overnight, for instance, I would need to
create a FL with just that channel and turn any others off? The notion
would be to only record only activity which sounds like it would be
On Jul 2, 2020, at 6:53 PM, Walter Rymarczyk via groups.io
I’m sorry, I had a senior citizen moment. It’s FAT32 that the DAR-101
requires. Windows 10 does not directly format in FAT32, but there is
a way to do it from the command line. There’s a article on it online.
The DAR-101 is older than Windows 10. Sorry for the confusion!
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On Thu, Jul 2, 2020 at 6:01 PM -0500, <smith@...
-- "One nuisance is that the SD card has to be formatted with ext4
That seems rather odd, largely because it makes it incompatible
with out-of-the box Windows 10, both for reading and writing - and
that makes it odd as a decision at the design phase. It is even
more odd when you consider that most Linux distributions support
read/write/format of FAT12/16/32 in the standard releases.
The manual explicitly states, for the DAR-101 -- "A standard '2GB'
SD card Must be formatted into FAT 16 and all the SDHC card MUST
be for-matted into FAT 32."
There are some recording devices out there that require ext4 - eg,
the Epiphan Pearl Mini, for example (which is video capable and
likely massively 'too much' for just audio recording), so there
are some devices out there. Possible confusion with a different
I am curious in your experience on this, as I have been looking
for a portable device that can handle portable recording using
external mics, and the DAR-101 mostly fills the bill very nicely.
But having an ext4 format requirement is likely a negative point
for a device that hits many positive points.
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