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file transfer

Apr 10, 2010
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I need someone's help guys.

I am trying to watch a 10GB file on my blu-ray player that I have on my macbook pro (snow leopard).

The FAT 32 format of my memory stick wont take files more than 4GB in size.
I have tried all other formats including the mac formats and the NTFS which are not recognised by the blu-ray player.

The only solution I see is to split the file into smaller bits. i haven't so far found any suitable software to do that.

Can anyone help? Thank you
Feb 25, 2009
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Your Mac's Specs
Late 2013 rMBP, i7, 750m gpu, OSX versions 10.9.3, 10.10
Why not use the ps3 media streaming server (AKA PMS) to stream the video over a network?

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