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When I try to encode a multiplexed file, it quits at the 2Gbyte size mark.

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Posted: 01 Feb, 2008
by: Admin A.
Updated: 01 Feb, 2008
by: Admin A.
We put in this file limit because there are no mpeg players capable of playing a
multiplexed mpeg file greater than 2Gbytes in size. No use in creating a file
that no one, including ourselves, can play.

This file limitation is removed in the MediaPress X software.

Document: 10227
Created: 5/21/03
Modified: 8/5/04
Product: MediaPress
Version: 2.4.7z
Mac OS: 9.x
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