I do a lot of Flash interactive timelines for courtroom presentations. Since the files are used locally, file size is never an issue and the .fla files can get large. As a result I've run into some limitations on my office pc (Dell Precision 670 running WindowsXP SP2, Intel Xeon CPU 2.80Ghz, 2Gb ram, Nvidia Quadro FX 3450/4000 SDI) where if the .fla file gets anywhere near 100mb I can expect a lot of crashing and freezing.
I can bring the files home to my maxed-out iMac and it's smooth as butter, not a hiccup or hesitation. However I would like to solve this problem so I can work dependably at the office.
I've looked everywhere to find out what I can about file size limits but cannot find any good info on this issue. Is there a way to manage Flash to enable it to not hang on large files like this? Are there real limits for the pc that don't apply to the Mac? Any help appreciated.