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I'm successfully requesting a webm movie (

But as soon as I update the VideoPlayer I get error
E 0:00:01.336 to_int: Cannot represent 3498222237 as integer, provided value is too big. <C++ Error> Condition "overflow" is true. Returned: sign == 1 ? (2147483647) : (-2147483647-1) <C++ Source> core/ustring.cpp:1880 @ to_int()
I guess it's about its size :)

So I searched but didn't find a size limit for video, or how to increase it.
And since it's stream, it should buffer right?
Any idea? Thanks!

Godot version 3.3.4
in Engine by (66 points)

1 Answer

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It's not VideoPlayer size limit. 32-bit integer got overflown with number of pixels. Are you using 32-bit Godot?

by (887 points)

Thanks for your reply. No, it's 64 bits.

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