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No, I am running it on Windows 10 Pro.
The computer is an Intel i7-6950X 2GHz with 128GB ram.
Storage was from a Sandisk ultra Fit in a USB3 port on to an internal SSD.
Glad I came across this post otherwise I would have never realised that uTool1 was so much better.
The first time I used uTool2 it took 25 minutes to unpack a 11minute take where as uTool1 was done in 45 seconds :woohoo:
Haven’t had a chance to check the firmware yet but here are some results that I have had from experements today.
Have tried 3 devices and run a bench mark test using “USB Flash Benchmark” while having them pluged in to a USB3 port. I am not sure how big a buffer the uTrack is using so I will recodr the write speeds for 1Kb blocks and 4Kb blocks.
USB devices I tried;
Sandisk Flair Ultra 128GB. Does not stop recording. Write speed for 4Kb blocks 3.87MB/s and 1Kb blocks 0.52Mb/s.
Sandisk Ultra Fit 64GB. Works fine. Write speed for 4Kb blocks 4.75MB/s and 1Kb blocks 0.69MB/s.
Toshiba Canvio HDD 3TB. Does not stop recording. Write speed for 4Kb blocks 23.35MB/s and 1Kb blocks 6.26MB/s.
All devices were formated by the uTrack.
The write speed does not appear to be the only factor at work here.
Can I ask a stupid question, how do I check the firmware revision.
I did a format using the Utrack.
I will try a few other drives and see how it goes.
I have just recived your card and have had the same problem.
I am running the card on an X32 with a 128G SanDisk ultra Flaire USB 3.
The recording has started fine but would not stop even with pressing the button for over 10s.
The audio has been recorded but Utool2 refuses to see the recording on the card, I think this is because the log file is blank.