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#1  March 22, 2020 - 11:46pm
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The drive is currently formatted as an exfat drive. It is a Samsung t5 2tb drive. When I plug it in other apps are able to locate it and access it without a problem. But when I open infuse 6 pro and add files it is unable to locate it. Can any offer any advice or work around.

  March 23, 2020 - 8:38am
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What are you plugging it in to?

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  March 23, 2020 - 10:23am
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An 11” iPad pro 2019

  March 23, 2020 - 10:26am
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I don't think Infuse can read from hard drives plugged into iOS devices. I think there's only a few USB sticks that are currently certified to work with Infuse.

Edit to add: Like the iXpand Flash Drive

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  March 23, 2020 - 11:04am
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Although it is allowed by Apple, Infuse currently does not support opening videos or folders from external drive within the app even though via the Apple file integration. But opening videos from external drives can be achieved by a less convenient way.

In the Apple file app, long press on the file you want to open with infuse. Click share and click open with infuse. And you will be redirected to infuse. Click play to play the video.

  March 23, 2020 - 6:37pm
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  Bouby wrote:

Although it is allowed by Apple, Infuse currently does not support opening videos or folders from external drive within the app even though via the Apple file integration. But opening videos from external drives can be achieved by a less convenient way.

In the Apple file app, long press on the file you want to open with infuse. Click share and click open with infuse. And you will be redirected to infuse. Click play to play the video.

Do you happen to know when and if infuse will allow this feature? I would really like to be able to open a folder natively in the app without doing a work around.

  March 24, 2020 - 12:54am
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  crazyazn23 wrote:

Do you happen to know when and if infuse will allow this feature? I would really like to be able to open a folder natively in the app without doing a work around.

I told them before that it is possible as I saw another iOS video player doing it. They said they will have a look.