With Obsidian (Sync) going big, are there any updates to the maximum file size of a file (currently 100 MB)?
In my opinion 100 MB is too little, as in my experience there are often plenty of files with a size above 100 MB in a users wiki database (think of PDF books with graphics, long podcasts, videos etc.) that need to be synced between devices.
An upgrade from 100 MB to 250 MB would be a huge incentive to use Obsidian Sync over iCloud (as iCloud featuring E2E-encryption is an alternative now, albeit not nearly as convenient as Obsidian Sync) and users would benefit a lot from that upgrade.
Reducing file size from various kinds of files but I nevertheless end up with files (even long audio podcasts) that are between 100 and 200 MB way too often to subscribe to Obsidian Sync again.
Please don’t get me wrong - I’d love to support Obsidian by subscribing to Obsidian Sync permanently but with nowadays files sizes of even audio podcasts or simple PDF files I can’t do that as long as the maximum file size is only 100 MB.
Any helpful answers, especially from liam / Licat etc. would be greatly appreciated!