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    Default Full rate rendering problems - file too large

    Hello folks,
    A question about rendering video at full rate if anyone might have a brainwave...
    I am running Sony Vegas versions 7 & 8 and am trying to render a video with good audio at full rate 1411 kbps wav.
    The trouble is that it gets to about 30% and then crashes, saying there's not enough space on the drive, which is silly as I am saving it to a 300gb drive which is nearly empty.
    I have been asked to supply the video as a mov but none of the options I have tried seems to work. Basically I need the best quality video/audio that might fit on a dvd in mov format!
    Any help gratefully received... thanks

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    Is that drive formatted as NTFS. If it's not it's probably FAT32, which has a file size limit of 2GB.

    Make sure your disk is NTFS if not, convert it.

    menu start -> run -> type convert <x>: /FS:NTFS

    <x> should be your driveletter to convert.

    add /X to dismount the volume and close all open files (not allways necessary)
    add /NoSecurity to make all files accessible by everyone

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