So I've finally gotten myself a 64GB Sandisk Extreme Plus SD card (80MB/s) and wanted to give the 70D a try with the 30+ mins continuous recording for MLV/RAW -- however I have a question to ask because when I set the MLV into smaller resolution such as 1280x720 in 23.97fps in order to try and surpass the 30 minute mark without filling up the card with the May 10 build from @nikfreak's post
Apparently with that setting I was only able to get to about 26 minutes of MLV footage (yes I set it in exFAT) before it ran out of space -- so the real question is should I set the resolution to smaller sizes in order to try and pass the 30 minute mark or would you rather have me get a bigger card? lol
For some reason, I don't think MLRV likes the spanning files directly from 70D because it won't playback at all on my 2006 MBP.
I think it would be ideal to try this test again with smaller resolution just to see if it works -- correct?
p.s. As soon as I get home from work and will try these files again on my more powerful Mac Mini to confirm this furthermore.
Well I aggressively decided to try again and this time I only wanted to run it through just once (one MLV file was 63.85GB) as oppose to multiple files with multiple spanning files all over the directory (which I think it was causing the issue in playback earlier) and it played back just fine in MLRV with the new file... so I'm pretty sure it works just as long as you have enough space on your card as well as certain resolution to compensate for the 30+ minutes depending on your card spec's as well.
So does this mean it is good news for all of us, after all?
Confirmed on my Mac Mini (works well with MLVFS -- Thanks @dmilligan):