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  1. mail2tom
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    I've been working with two 2.1Gig MPG files, attempting to run them through SVCD2DVD, but have not been able to get the process to complete. Is there a maximum file size that any of the components of SVCD2DVD will stop at? Thanks.
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  2. DaveDavies
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    not sure if this is the problem but are you using ntfs or fat32 on your drives, I think I'm right in saying fat32 can't handle more than 4gb files.
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  3. Originally Posted by DaveDavies
    not sure if this is the problem but are you using ntfs or fat32 on your drives, I think I'm right in saying fat32 can't handle more than 4gb files.
    Your right..
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    Originally Posted by yf2001usa
    Originally Posted by DaveDavies
    not sure if this is the problem but are you using ntfs or fat32 on your drives, I think I'm right in saying fat32 can't handle more than 4gb files.
    Your right..
    But that's not the problem, is it? I use WinMe, so I also have a maximum of 4 Mb, but that doesn't keep me from making 4.4G DVD's. As long as I do not try to make a 4.1 Gb input file.

    The output isn't a problem either, as the VOBs are 1024 MB at most.

    I also had some troubles with largish input files, say 1.8 to 2.0 or more Gb. I reported on it, but never got a reaction. I must look up the subject line..

    Callan

    It was "Curious SVCD2DVD Behaviour", submitted on 25 October 2003.
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    >2GB should be ok I updated various things to support it a while back. I shall recheck however as its not the kind of thing i do...
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