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Old 04-12-02, 01:39 PM
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Problem with DV transfer and editing, help!!

Problem with DV transfer and editing, help!!
Ok,

My setup

Dell Dimention XPS-T
Celeron Xeon 1.2 Ghz
WinXP home
384 MB SDRAM
Geforce3 Ti200 64 MB Video Card
Dazzle Firewiere Card
13.9 GB 7200 HD (NTFS)
40 GB 7200 HD (FAT32)

I am currently transfering the video to the 40 GB HD

DV Camcorder
JVC805U

Software
Ulead VideoStudi 4.0 SE

I was transfering video just fine! It was perfect. NO dropped frames at all! It made to about 4GB worth (close to 20 or so minutes)

Then a message came on and said "Unexpected Error, you may have run out of disk space. The file may or may not be corrupted, do you want to keep it?"

I checked the drive, and there was still over 30 GB left


I am using the option "transfer settings from template" 27.9 frames per second

When I clcik on "properties" for the file itself in WinXP it is listed as a "Video Clip"


What am I doing wrong here?

Last edited by Sominex; 04-12-02 at 02:01 PM.
Old 04-12-02, 01:47 PM
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I think you've encountered the file size limit (4GB) on FAT32. Convert your 40GB drive to NTFS and you should be fine.

also...a celeron xeon? haven't heard of that one.

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Platform


Movie Format


Hard Disk Format


File Size Limitation


Mac OS


AVI, QuickTime


HFS


2 GB


Mac OS


AVI, QuickTime


HFS+


1000 GB


Windows Me , 98 SE, 98


AVI, QuickTime


FAT


2 GB


Windows Me , 98 SE, 98, XP


AVI, QuickTime


FAT32


4 GB


Windows 2000, NT, XP


AVI, QuickTime


NTFS


I000 GB


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Old 04-12-02, 02:19 PM
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HN!

Thank you very much

I may have misname it, but I think that is correct (my CPU)

It was orignally a Dell Pentium 3 450 Mhz

I bought a Powerleap adapter so that the celeron 1.2 Ghz could fit into my old pentium3 slot 1 space.

www.powerleap.com

Good stuff :-)

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