I can't export h.264 with file size larger than around 4.3 GB?
That's certainly not normal. Though I'm at a loss to explain why it's happening.
Any chance exporting to a HDD that is fat32?
No, I am using NTFS with windows vista.
I did some more tests and believe that file content after the 4GB point will not be played.
Is there a 4GB limit on the MP4 files?
Maybe it has something to do with the 32bit codec? Have to play it under 64bit environment? or have to export it with 64bit codec to start with?
Have not heard of a limit on H.264 files. With DV-AVI Type I's, there is a limit, but that's all I can think of right off-hand.
If you dig up info, please post it,
FYI - I just burned a 13 GB mp4 file to bluray that I exported from Premiere/AME. I also did the same project in Lagarith (82GB), if that matters at all.
FWIW - Jonathan
Did you export your video under 32bit operating system? How about the codec, did you use "h.264" or "h.264 Blueray".
I can't use "h.264 Blueray" because it won't let me render 30fps. And what's your audio codec? AAC?
I just tried to play it on a 64bit linux, no luck. Gave me a set of errors when it passed the 4GB point.