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Posted: Sun, 15th Feb 2009, 3:53pm

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sir alex

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what is the maximum video file size that can be opened with videowrap!?
Posted: Sun, 15th Feb 2009, 4:16pm

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Paradox Pictures

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1920x1080, the same as 1080i or 1080p
Posted: Sun, 15th Feb 2009, 4:54pm

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Axeman

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By file size, I'm thinking you don't mean resolution? I'm not sure there is a limit on the size of a file you can open. Big ones will take a lot longer to process, but they shoud still work. Keep in mind that enormous files may likely be in an uncompressed format, which isn't compatible with VideoWrap.

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Posted: Sun, 15th Feb 2009, 5:24pm

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Paradox Pictures

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Oops......my mistake redface
Posted: Sun, 15th Feb 2009, 8:55pm

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sir alex

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thank you. I did mean file size. I don't think i'm gonna spend $40 on somthing that only takes compressed files
Posted: Mon, 16th Feb 2009, 6:52pm

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ben3308

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Keep in mind that it does accept files compressed to DV-AVI, which is the compression that DV tape shoots on anyways. Therefore, conceivably, you do not need to lose quality before compressing in VideoWrap.