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Thanks Harm. But if a video size can't be greater than 4GB, why doesn't the Adobe Media Encoder pop up a warning that the encoding video exceeds the file size limit?
It took me 3 hours to render out the 1 hour video which was found to be unusable!
Don't Mac's and have a file size limit because of the FAT32 harddrives?
> But if a video size can't be greater than 4GB
That is incorrect. It can be > 4 GB.
Thanks Harm and josh. I am using Windows Vista x64 NTFS, so file size can be greater than 4GB.
Its strange that when I encoded only the part near the crashed area of the 4.4GB video, the encoded part had no problem playing. Although I have encoded the 4.4GB video for 3 times, the same problem is still there.