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Rendering my Video.

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Dec 18, 2017

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I have rendered my video using quick render and I have a video with a property size of 5.8gb

When I try to copy and paste this to a 32gb memory stick it says the video is too big. I get the same result when I try to transfer it to another hard drive with 360gb spare space.

When I try to render it to a separate hard drive it goes all the way through before advising me that it has discovered a problem with the file structure and cannot complete the render.

Any ideas.

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Rendering my Video.

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I have rendered my video using quick render and I have a video with a property size of 5.8gb

When I try to copy and paste this to a 32gb memory stick it says the video is too big. I get the same result when I try to transfer it to another hard drive with 360gb spare space.

When I try to render it to a separate hard drive it goes all the way through before advising me that it has discovered a problem with the file structure and cannot complete the render.

Any ideas.

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Load up your 5.8gb file into PRE and use the "Export..." and export it again using a different file name. For example, save "Smith.mp4" as "Jones.mp4." That might work. If it doesn't work, try selecting Devices when you export, and try a lower resolution down just a single step.

Best of luck,

Bill

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If the memory stick is not formatted to ex-fat (cannot remember which one) then the stick will not hold more then 4 gig.

Same goes for drives, they need to be ntfs.

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