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Thread: Can Mac OSX read/write FAT32?

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    We're making a short movie in my Film Making class, and we need music. I have a Samsung 1GB Mp3 player filled with music. I want to take it to my class, but they have Mac's running OSX. The Mp3 player is a USB mass storage device, so it doesnt use software, its just drag and drop.

    The Mp3 player uses FAT32, can OSX read/write FAT32? I don't want to take my Mp3 player if it isn't going to work... and I'm not getting clear answers with Google...
    Last edited by Rip The Jacker; 07-14-2005 at 04:48 AM.

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    Yeah, FAT32 is an open format and is supported by like every OS including OSX.

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    Thanks for the info.

    It read my MP3's just fine.

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