Rylo captures content onto an inserted microSD card that has specific file size rules it has to adhere to. Because of this, Rylo will split videos, frame-perfectly, at certain file size thresholds.
If you use a supported microSD card that’s 64GB or larger and formatted as exFAT, Rylo will split videos when they reach 16GB in size. If an inserted microSD card is U1, Rylo will split at the 8GB mark. To have your files split at the 16GB mark, select a card from this list that is at least 64GB and is rated at U3 or better.
microSD cards 32GB or smaller use the FAT32 file system, which does not support file sizes larger than 4GB. In these cases, Rylo will split videos into separate files when they reach 4GB in size.
Actual video length of these files will vary since each video’s capturing environment is unique.
Can I merge multiple videos together?
Though we might reassess this feature in the future, merging two or more videos together is currently not available within the Rylo app.