I recall seeing on line the comment that Sound Forge files are limited to two hours in length. I can't find anything about this is the SF 8 book, but I seldom think of the same words for a problem as does the index maker. I'm using SF 10.
I am working with a group of tapes of about one hour in length being saved as 96/24 files, c. 2.5 times the size of 44.1/16 files.
Am I correct in assuming the 2 hour limit relates to files at the 44.1/16 type and those requiring greater real estate have to fit this limit?
I've noticed that one I saved played back first at regular speed but in all subsequent playbacks at half speed. The one I recorded next quit recording about half-way through and, though peaking at -4, crackled in playback as if levels were past zero.
The storage medium showed two-thirds of the disc remained unused.
Should I divide these 1 hour, 96/24 files to accommodate the nominal limit of Sound Forge?