Allow syncing of files larger than 10GB (e.g. Photos Library in OS X)!
Allow syncing of files larger than 10GB (e.g. Photos Library in OS X).
I was disappointed to learn that the reason my OneDrive never leaves "Scanning Files" in OX X Yosemite is that OneDrive does not support files over 10GB.
I'm frustrated, because I paid to upgrade my storage amount so I could use OneDrive to backup my Photos Library in OS X, since I use OneDrive for all of my personal backups/syncing.
This seems like a simple request!!!
We increased the maximum file size to 100GB earlier this year.
I totally support this!
It wouldn't make any sense to buy a 5TB drive just to find there's an individual file size limitation, right? So, why such a limitation for an online drive in our current digital lives?
Why always limitations???
Haha should work in 2020
Should work 2019?
Stefan Boeykens commented
The Photos Library is not a single file, but a folder (hidden for the user and displayed as one file). I don't think any file in the Photos Library is over 10 Gb unless you have very large video files in there.
James Brewster commented
I am trying to use a cloud media player for video and have several backup video files over 10GB (mostly in the 14-18GB) and the easy way to fix this is to move to Dropbox, or ask you for larger file support...