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Hey,

Ich habe das Problem. Ist der Film fertig gerendert, kann ich ihn aufm meinen PC verschieben und kopieren. Möchte ich aber nun den Film auf eine Festplatte ziehen, sei diese zu klein.

 

Die Festplatte hat zur Zeit 800Gb freien Speicher. Der Film ist ca. 5Gb groß. Abgespeichert wurde in H.264.

 

Das Poblem taucht immer mal wieder auf. Meist war es nach erneutem Schneiden fort. Diesmal leider nicht. Möchte den Film kein drittes Mal schneiden.

 

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You must backup the files on that hard drive and format it to the NTFS (Windows) or ExFat file system (compatibility with Windows and Mac) to be able to put very large files there, surely it is in FAT32 and it supports up to a maximum of 4GB in size for each file. Or if you cannot or do not want to format it, you must lower the data rate in the export so that it weighs less than 4GB but with that you will be sacrificing quality. Make a decision.

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Datei zu groß für Zieldateisystem

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Hey,

Ich habe das Problem. Ist der Film fertig gerendert, kann ich ihn aufm meinen PC verschieben und kopieren. Möchte ich aber nun den Film auf eine Festplatte ziehen, sei diese zu klein.

 

Die Festplatte hat zur Zeit 800Gb freien Speicher. Der Film ist ca. 5Gb groß. Abgespeichert wurde in H.264.

 

Das Poblem taucht immer mal wieder auf. Meist war es nach erneutem Schneiden fort. Diesmal leider nicht. Möchte den Film kein drittes Mal schneiden.

 

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Correct answer by Byron Cortez | Adobe Community Professional

You must backup the files on that hard drive and format it to the NTFS (Windows) or ExFat file system (compatibility with Windows and Mac) to be able to put very large files there, surely it is in FAT32 and it supports up to a maximum of 4GB in size for each file. Or if you cannot or do not want to format it, you must lower the data rate in the export so that it weighs less than 4GB but with that you will be sacrificing quality. Make a decision.

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Bitte übersetzen Sie, was die Nachricht im Dialogfeld sagt.

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The file "XXXXX" is too large for target file System

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Your drive is probably formatted in FA 32 instead of NTFS which can hold files over 4 gig.

 

If you lower the bitrate you might get it under 4 gig.

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You must backup the files on that hard drive and format it to the NTFS (Windows) or ExFat file system (compatibility with Windows and Mac) to be able to put very large files there, surely it is in FAT32 and it supports up to a maximum of 4GB in size for each file. Or if you cannot or do not want to format it, you must lower the data rate in the export so that it weighs less than 4GB but with that you will be sacrificing quality. Make a decision.

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Thank you both

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You're welcome!

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