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    18 to 20 hr "compiled" video file too long for export

    Okay, I see now. The main 11 hr file had songs in it that i didn't want, so i split the file at the start and end of the songs, and deleted the "new" clip, and trimmed down everything to just under 12 hr. it's working now. But, I never mentioned the insane export time xD Thank you (send help)
  2. MrPurpleGuy1987

    18 to 20 hr "compiled" video file too long for export

    Because it isn't gonna be used with a DVD player, but rather with a media player (VLC). Also, I don't think size is a problem, i have a 4 TB ready for it. it's also gonna be a bit hard to do, as its being based off an existing compliation thats about 11 hrs long, and is 175+ songs, back to back.
  3. Ok, so a friend asked me to compile a bunch of video game music video files. All the files' size is just over 24 GB, and it is about 19 hrs long. And it's too big for export, even though NCH claims that there is no limit. Can someone help me with this? EDIT: Oh derp, forgot the System Specs: Laptop Model: Lenovo W530 CPU: Intel Core i7-3820QM @2.7 GHz RAM: 32 GB GPU: nVidia Quadro K2000M, overclocked by +135 MHz (it's a long story, don't ask without being ready for a LENGTHY PM) (2 GB VRAM) SSD 1: Samsung 850 EVO, 250 GB (home of video files, but not cache or export locale) SSD 2: Samsung 850 EVO, 250 GB (Home of cache and export locale)