I'm not sure this is an MFC question, C++ or just plain windows.
I have a C++/MFC application that captures video. Is there a limit other than the size of my hard-drive to the size of the captured AVI? I thought I heard somewhere of a windows limitation on AVI files to ~2GB, but I can't find a definitive answer.
The the type of file system imposes a system limitation - FAT is 2 GB, FAT32 is 4 Gb, NTFS is essentially only limited by the volume size.
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