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(2020-09-18, 12:39)tars Wrote:
(2020-09-17, 15:20)Gaby Pozo Wrote: {movie.mainVideoFile.filesize}

You could use "filesizeInMegabytes" in place of "filesize".
Thanks
#17
we already have a renderer for that - but this is only activated in the renamer and not in the exporter.
I will activate this for v4 and the next v3 hotfix
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#18
(2020-09-19, 04:15)arcticminer Wrote: Is there a way to show it in Gigabytes? I tried {movie.mainVideoFile.filesizeInGigabytes} but that didn't work.

You can now use ${movie.videoFilesize;filesize} to show in Gigabytes. It also shows a combined size if the movie has multiple parts.
#19
(2020-09-23, 16:00)tars Wrote:
(2020-09-19, 04:15)arcticminer Wrote: Is there a way to show it in Gigabytes? I tried {movie.mainVideoFile.filesizeInGigabytes} but that didn't work.

You can now use ${movie.videoFilesize;filesize} to show in Gigabytes. It also shows a combined size if the movie has multiple parts.
Yup that works now. Thanks



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