Transferring Large videos to Xbox

Discussion in 'Digital Video' started by Sam Cropper, Apr 18, 2012.

  1. Sam Cropper macrumors newbie

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    Hey!

    Here's my problem:
    I have a 3D monitor connected to my Xbox via hdmi and to my mac via display port/VGA. I also have several large, 3d video files. As far as I am aware, a 3d video is just a regular video, just the right/left eye image are next to each other. This is then transformed into the marvellous 3d image by the monitor. I wish to play these videos on the monitor. The monitor will only enter 3d mode when it is connected to a source it recognises as 3d compatible, eg Xbox. As the mac is only connected via VGA it is not recognised as 3d.
    So far I have tried:
    Transferring file via external hard drive, can't transfer files over 4gb due to FAT etc...
    Using Vuze to stream to Xbox, get error code 69-C00D36C4 despite having converted to Xbox compatible video.
    Used connect360, same as above.

    Any of you had similar problem/ found any solutions?
    Thanks in advance :)
     
  2. simsaladimbamba

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    Could you reformat the external HDD to NTFS?


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    Overview of the four major file systems (called "Formats" in Mac OS X) used on Windows and Mac OS X, compiled by GGJstudios. You can use Disk Utility to format any HDD to your liking.

    Any external hard drive will work with PCs or Macs, as long as the connectors are there (Firewire, USB, etc.) It doesn't matter how the drive is formatted out of the box, since you can re-format any way you like. Formatting can be done with the Mac OS X Disk Utility, found in the /Applications/Utilities folder. Here are your formatting options:

    HFS+ (Hierarchical File System, a.k.a. Mac OS Extended (Journaled) Don't use case-sensitive)

    NTFS (Windows NT File System)
    • Read/Write NTFS from native Windows.
    • Read only NTFS from native Mac OS X
      [*]To Read/Write/Format NTFS from Mac OS X, here are some alternatives:
      • For Mac OS X 10.4 or later (32 or 64-bit), install Paragon (approx $20) (Best Choice for Lion)
      • For 32-bit Mac OS X, install NTFS-3G for Mac OS X (free) (does not work in 64-bit mode)
      • For 64-bit Snow Leopard, read this: MacFUSE for 64-bit Snow Leopard
      • Some have reported problems using Tuxera (approx $36).
      • Native NTFS support can be enabled in Snow Leopard and Lion, but is not advisable, due to instability.
    • AirPort Extreme (802.11n) and Time Capsule do not support NTFS
    • Maximum file size: 16 TB
    • Maximum volume size: 256TB
    • You can use this format if you routinely share a drive with multiple Windows systems.

    exFAT (FAT64)
    • Supported in Mac OS X only in 10.6.5 or later.
    • Not all Windows versions support exFAT. See disadvantages.
    • exFAT (Extended File Allocation Table)
    • AirPort Extreme (802.11n) and Time Capsule do not support exFAT
    • Maximum file size: 16 EiB
    • Maximum volume size: 64 ZiB
    • You can use this format if it is supported by all computers with which you intend to share the drive. See "disadvantages" for details.

    FAT32 (File Allocation Table)
    • Read/Write FAT32 from both native Windows and native Mac OS X.
      [*]Maximum file size: 4GB.
    • Maximum volume size: 2TB
    • You can use this format if you share the drive between Mac OS X and Windows computers and have no files larger than 4GB.
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