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Thank you for the detailed information. 

Some details to note for anyone else trying to reformat a larger MicroSD card (64GB, 128GB or larger).  The regular reformatting software utility built into Windows only allows you to choose exFAT or NTFS for these larger memory size MicroSD cards.  Neither work on the Tiny Video Player.  I had to download the stand alone program (EaseUS Partition Master Professional) and that allowed me to choose FAT32 with the 128GB card and 32KB cluster size.  It now works perfectly.

Hello.  I just got a new MicroSD card to try with my Tiny Video Player.  The card is a Micro Center brand, 128 GB Class 10 SDXC Flash Memory card.  However, when I switch the Video Player on, I get this message: “Card not found!  Insert card to change settings or program IR codes  0xF79176E3”  Is there some size maximum or other incompatibility with the player, the code, or this card?

TinyTV & Tiny Video Player / Re: TSVConverter Audio Sync Issues
« on: May 02, 2021, 03:09:32 AM »
Hello,  Thank you for testing at your end.  Looks like this must have been a source video converter issue.  I re-converted the movie video with Adobe After Effects and the new .mp4 video had no audio sync issues.

And a related question.  I’m noticing that attaching the speaker to different surfaces affects how loud it sounds.  Pressing it to my wooden desk made it play louder but obviously I’m not going to carry a desk with me everywhere.  Does anyone have information about the best material to attach to the speaker (plastic, metal?  Thick, thin?) and the best shape to act as an an amplifier (flat, cone, etc.).

TinyTV & Tiny Video Player / TSVConverter Audio Sync Issues
« on: April 23, 2021, 05:31:12 PM »
I’ve converted a few longer videos using the TSVConverter (2+ hour movie length videos).  When I play them back on the Tiny Video Player, the sound gets further and further de-synced, the longer the video plays.  By the end of the video, it’s a few seconds off.  Is anyone else having the same issue?  I’ve tried creating the source videos using HandBrake, VLC Media Player, and Any Video Converter but I see the same issue in each file.  Has anyone had better, more consistent luck with longer video files, using a specific converter or specific video/audio codec combination that keeps better sync?  Thanks for any advice on this.

TinyTV & Tiny Video Player / Tiny Video Player audio volume control
« on: April 21, 2021, 02:13:10 PM »
Hello!  I’m brand new to TinyCircuits.  Just got my first kit.  I apologize in advance for the nub questions.  The default volume level on the Tiny Video Player is super low.  You can barely hear things unless you put your ear right to the speaker.  Is volume control on the Tiny Video Player something that can be added?  Or is there a default volume setting in the code that can be set to a higher level?  Thanks.

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