32GB SD cards and smaller use the FAT32 file system which cannot support file sizes larger than 4GB. Because of this, Rylo will split videos into separate files when they reach 4GB in size. The actual length of the video before it is split varies since each video's file size is dependent on numerous factors like its image quality, the shooting environment, and the like.
Rylo doesn't start and stop recording through this process so no frames should be lost. Also, splitting larger videos into multiple files ensures that larger files don't become corrupted.
I have a SD card that uses the exFAT file system. Why does Rylo still split videos into multiple files?
Although exFAT allows for larger continuous video file sizes, we've set a rule for video clips to be split once they reach 4GB.
Can I merge multiple videos together?
Merging two or more videos together is not possible with our app.