DiVX File Output Restricted to 2GB Without odml I've been using the Generic DiVX profile to convert my Original DVDs to AVI files for storage on a NAS and playback via a media player at each TV in the house. The setup is working fine but I've run into an apparent 2GB output file size restriction. Posts on this forum and elsewhere do not provide me any conclusive evidence whether this is a limitation on DiVX, Mencoder, or perhaps something local to my environment. Has anyone succesfully converted a DVD to AVI and played the output file when it is larger than 2.0GB? The symptoms below are for DVDs converted with CloneDVDMobile with a final output file size that is 2.0GB or greater, e.g. not estimated by CloneDVD Mobile. Region 1 titles I've tested include: Looney_Toons_Back_In_Action, The_Three_Amigos, A_Night_At_The_Museum. SYMPTOMS: 1) Conversion completes successfully (according to CloneDVDMobile) 2) The file Video and Audio properties are blank when viewed via Windows Explorer (on Vista or XP). 3) The file size shows as 2GB or higher in Windows Explorer 4) The file will not play on Windows Media Center or Quicktime or my exploited PS2 SMS player (which is very forgiving). The same movie converted to have a final output file size of less than 2.0GB will play just fine on all the above mentioned players. I'm adjusting file size by simply moving the slider to the left until estimated file size is at or below 2.0GB. My CloneDVDMobile settings are: Letterbox Zoom = none Resolution = 720x480 (NTSC TV) or 640x480 when available (this appears to depend on the resolution of the selected movie) Video Quality = Pushed right until file size exceeds ~2.15GB. The estimate is typically slightly higher than the final output size. DeInterlace = Off (not checked) Pass Dropdown = 2 Chapters = Off (not checked) My PC is: Windows Vista HPE Intel Dual Core E4400 2.0GHz RAM 2GB Thoughts or pointer to other doc on DiVX encoded AVI file size restrictions are welcome.