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D_Vladimir
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Registered: ‎05-15-2012

Flame Premium 2012 Archiving question

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05-17-2012 08:09 AM
Hi to everybody!

I faced a problem in case of a project archiving (Timeline , Flame Premium 2012): I have in my project sources by size only 1920х1080, but here bit depth different: 8, 10 and 12. When I click Size Estimate, there is a message "Not enough space on archive to save selected entries. Multi-Files needed". I using "stone" archive. I at a forum and in a manual couldn't find anything about it. What I have to do to prevent appearing such error.

Thanks!
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Re: Flame Premium 2012 Archiving question

05-17-2012 02:38 PM in reply to: D_Vladimir
The error just means that whatever size you formatted your archive for, that the archive is too big for that size and will need to make multiple files.

So lets say that you archive format was for 4 gig segments. If you do a size est. and it says 16 gigs. Then when you archive, you will get this "error"- but it really just s means that the file archive will be 4 x 4gig files with a main header file.

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