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Newbie help:)
« on: Dec 9th, 2002, 3:46pm »
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Hi i just tried to make a autostart cd on which are serveral mp3's.
Made a main page en a  second one on which the files are ( in text). Made links to the mp3's.
Should work.
Now i want to save it, get error......file too big for lite version?
 
How big can it be then
 
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« Reply #1 on: Dec 9th, 2002, 5:04pm »
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I've seen there's a limit of about 2MB if you include the files in the main file (using Insert >Link and the 4th tab), but if you use external files in say d:\myfolder2 (linked with Insert >Link, 3rd tab run:\myfolder2\thefile.mp3 or was it run:myfolder2\thefile.mp3 ?? try both!) you can avoid this limit (the file is external so it is not counted)
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« Reply #2 on: Dec 10th, 2002, 12:15am »
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I used the tab 4...the one with file addings, ssems to me that the program makes a copy of the mp3's and paste into the program
 
 
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« Reply #3 on: Dec 10th, 2002, 12:41am »
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Hi,
I tried the suggestion u made.
Made a diff dir in which the mp3's are. Thet are linked throught a hyperlink, each file.
Still get error: file too big for this prgram....
 

 
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« Reply #4 on: Dec 12th, 2002, 10:47am »
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As you guessed, if you use tab #4 files are embedded in the program.
With tab #3 files are external.
 
Go to "Hypertext >Images - files - link archive and erase" and delete the files you embedded with tab #4 (they are stored internally for faster reuse). This will reduce the file size.
 
A nice idea would be to buy the PRO edition, also...
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« Reply #5 on: Jan 22nd, 2008, 12:24pm »
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If size is of any concern, then use external links rather than embedding the files. Here is an example:
 
Our product CD has 56-pages with about 600 links. After changing to external links and deleting the embedded files (all PDF and CAD drawings), we reduced the aeh file size from 290MB to 17MB. Now, only the intro video (16MB) is embedded for the quickest load.  
 
We noticed no difference in load times after doing this, and everything fits easily on 1-CD.
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