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Old August 8th, 2002, 04:36 PM   #1
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DV Storm Capture Limit

I'm just getting started with DV Storm and Premiere, and I'm reading in the instructions that I cant capture a file in avi format bigger than 2 gig. I typically shoot 30 to 60 minutes (band concerts and such) so it would be helpful to be able to load the whole thing.

I don't think this is the FAT 32 versus NTFS issue, as that would cap out at 4 gig, wouldn't it?

Is there some setting I can change, or another workaround?

Many thanks!

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Old August 9th, 2002, 06:10 AM   #2
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It does relate to NTFS & Fat32,
Stormedit will capture up to 4gig file, use seamless capture and it will create seamless up to 19 minutes each wjich you just drag onto timeline.
Premier I beleive overcomes the limit and will capture in one file.
however if your formatted as Fat32 you will have to seamless capyure in Premier also.

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