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Vehicle hard drive player requirements for disc format

Vehicle hard drive player requirements for disc format

At present, Vehicle Hard Disk Player has been an absolutely mainstream device among trainers nationwide. However, many of our customers are still not clear about the formats that the player supports. Therefore, I hope that this passage will be of some help to you.

According to the current operating system, the usual partition formats are the following 4 types: FAT16, FAT32, NTFS and Linux. FAT stands for File Allocation Table. For us, it means management over partitioning of the hard drive.

FAT16: DOS, Windows 95 use FAT16, and Windows 98/2000/XP also support FAT16. You can manage a slice of up to 2 GB, but each slice can only have a maximum of 65525 clusters. As the hard disk volume or partition increases, the space of each group occupied will also become larger, and as a result, a lot of disk space will be wasted.

FAT32: As the large memory hard drive emerged, FAT32 became popular since Windows 98. FAT32 is the enhanced version of FAT16, which supports partitions up to 2TB (2048G). FAT32 uses fewer clusters than FAT16, thus saving more memory.

NTFS: NTFS stands for New Technology File System, it is the standard file system of Microsoft Windows NT and can also be applied in Windows 2000/XP/2003. It differs from the first FAT file system in that NTFS supports metadata, adopts advanced data structure, which provides better performance and higher stability and utilization ratio. There are three versions of NTFS available: NTFS 1.2 on NT 3.51 and NT 4, NTFS 3.0 on Windows 2000, and NTFS 3.1 on Windows XP. These versions are sometimes referred to as 4.0, 5.0, and 5.1. In addition to the additional features of the upgraded versions, such as quoting in Windows 2000, in light of its compatibility, none of the Windows 95/98/98SE and ME versions are able to identify the NTFS file system. Also, NTFS supports file encryption function, which offers higher security to users.

Linux: Linux is the most popular operating system in 1999, which owns two disk partition formats, different from other operating systems. One is Linux Native and the other is Linux Swap. These two formats have a high degree of security and stability, and when combined with Linux, the probability of crashing will be less. However, Linux is the only operating system that supports this split format.

According to the video formats it supports, the player can be divided into two types: Mp4 player and Mp5 player. The first hard drive player can even support Mp4.

Since the HDD player adopts HDD media to store video files, it also has a problem related to HDD formats. Usually the disk in Mp4 Player needs to be formatted in FAT32, and Mp5 Hard Disk Player can be formatted in FAT32 or NTFS to adopt NTSC format.

If we adopt NTSC format, but the hard drive only supports FAT32, the player will not be able to find the file. The attached format device in Windows OS is not able to format the hard disk which has memory more than 32GB, into FAT32, and if we try it, the player will not work. In this case, we must use professional formatting software, for example, PQ 8.5.

Currently, Mp5 Player is not limited by the format of the hard drive, so we will have more options.

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