No. You can enter move than one start and stop period (up to five) in the list that appears in the list on the configuration app.
You can then set the sleep duration and recording duration to generate the individual recordings in those periods. This feature allows you to control the number and size of the resulting files. In this example where both recording periods are four hours long, the recording duration has been set to 4 * 60 * 60 = 14400 seconds, and the sleep duration to 0s, so that each recording period results in a single file.
hi, i have a question should i reformat the sd card before i use the device again?
@1017926861 We tend to reformat the cards before using them again. It's not clear that this really makes a difference and I've been meaning to dig into this to check what different operating systems actually do to the file allocation table when you 'delete' a file, but probably safer to reformat in FAT format as it is generally faster than deleting all the individual files anyway. If you don't reformat, and reuse a SD card that already has files on it, then these won't be affected by the AudioMoth writing some additional files.
Thanks for your reply!I will try.Have a good day!
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