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I'm capturing with Hauppage WinTV2000 and I'm wondering whether my limit is the 2GB AVI filesize limit or the 4GB FAT32 filesize limit. Anybody know if WinTV2000 writes old avi's (that's what I'd assume) or the new AVI2 OpenDML format?
 

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You need Windows 2000, NTFS partition, WDM-drivers for WinTV2000 and DirectShow-based capture application such as ATV2000 or my iuVCR.


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No one knows...?
 

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TrueDis what did Ivan Uskov just say that is your answers.

With NTFS you can record up to 2 TB (terabytes) if you have the space for it.
 

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Sorry, but that doesn't answer my question. I'm talking about AVI filesize limits, not filesystem filesize limits. Microsoft's AVI standard has a 2GB limitation, but AVI2 (OpenDML) I believe is unlimited. So what I'm wondering is if these AVIs that WinTV creates are AVI2.
 

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You can just make try record file with size above 2Gb. If WinTV2000 not hang during capture and result avi-file will be play normally - You have luck. Else You have a "classic" 2GB limit :)


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