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Compiled build for Windows which supports >2 GB filesize?
post Jan 5 2012, 13:19
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are there any news about this?
I also tried the x64 encoder but it couldn't create a file that is bigger than 2 GB. sad.gif
6 channel 24bit audio of a movie (180 minutes) easily exceeds this limit.
It's a pity that it works on Linux but not with the compiled build for Windows.
I have to use ALAC for this. dry.gif

Edit: Dam, the symbol in the title should be >. [Fixed!—db1989]

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post Jan 5 2012, 14:19
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You're going to have to find a program that can accept WAVs with invalid headers or use w64. What format and source is this all starting from, and what is the end application? What OS are you favoring to work in with this?
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