In the past their were file size limits for folios and folio resources. I believe folios and their resources could not go over 100MB.
Is their a file size limit to a folio and its resources? What is the limit?
What happens if the limit is exceeded?
Article size is currently capped at 2GB. We've seen individual articles of up to 750MB in size but as mentioned previously you do start bumping into timeout issues uploading content of that size. We're currently looking at implementing a maximum article size based on the practical limitations of upload and download times and timeout values being hit.
This check will be applied at article creation time and you will not be allowed to create articles larger than our maximum size. Please note that we are working on architecture changes that will allow the creation of larger content but that will take some time to implement.
Currently to get the best performance you should have all your content on your local machine (Not on a network drive), shut down any extra applications, get the fastest machine you can, with the most memory. The size of article is direclty proportional to the speed at which you can bundle an article and get it uploaded to the server.
In the DPS help file, it states " Change of article size limitation -With previous releases, the size limit of an article to be uploaded was 100MB. The article size limit is now 2GB. However, mobile devices may not handle large articles well."
Are they using article size and folio size interchangeably? I thought multiple articles comprised a folio. So it would seem there wouldn't be a size limitation for a folio?
I have a client who wants to create a huge folio (over 300 pages with 3 hours of video) but I can't figure out if this will be possible.