Bernie Goldbach in LSAD Multimedia | Screenshot from my Dell M2400
IN THE MIDDLE of a video production process, a little "file is too large" screen popped up to tell me I couldn't transfer short clips to an external drive. Fortunately, I had an easy way to solve my problem--Xilisoft Video Converter.
I've been using Xilisoft to convert video formats ever since getting my Dell Precision M2400 laptop a few years ago. Most of the time, I need to rip DVDs down to play on a touchscreen device. Today, I used the same program to constrain the file size of each video segment to 4.7 GB and that ensured I never got the "file is too large" message.
I generally keep all my external drives in NFTS format and that precludes the warning message.
Xilisoft Video Converter screams on my dual core laptop. I've got a CUDA video array and that makes quick work out of converting standard videos as well as converting from standard videos to 3D videos. I convert files to play on iTouch, Xoom, Xbox, iPad, Windows Phones and Symbian phones. The software has basic editing capability and allows me to add watermarks and subtitles on the fly.
Bernie Goldbach saves links related to video production.