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Chapter 18. Output > Setting Overflow Volumes

Setting Overflow Volumes

As you're already well aware, movie files can consume enormous amounts of storage space. It's not unusual for a file or sequence to exceed either the file size limit imposed by the computer's operating system or the size of the storage volume. Fortunately, you can control overflow and thus avert errors and failed renders. When the rendered file or sequence reaches the limits you specify, it continues to render into a folder on the root level of an overflow volume.


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