If you're trying to move large files up to 1GB using Logic Apps, there are a few options available to you.
Firstly, some actions in Logic Apps now support chunking, which allows you to split a large file into smaller pieces and process them individually. However, the "Get file content" action doesn't currently support chunking. As a workaround, you could use the "Get file metadata" action to retrieve the file size, and then use a combination of the "Get file content" and "Append to blob" actions to upload the file in chunks.
Alternatively, you could use the "FTP" connector in Logic Apps to transfer files using the FTP protocol. This approach doesn't support chunking, so you may need to manually split the file into smaller pieces before uploading.
Another option is to use Azure Blob Storage, which is a cloud-based storage service designed for storing large amounts of unstructured data. You can use the "Create blob" action in the "Azure Blob Storage" connector to upload your large files to Blob Storage, and then use the "Get blob content" action to download them again if needed. Blob Storage supports chunking, so you can upload and download files of any size.
In summary, while the "Get file content" action doesn't currently support chunking, you can work around this limitation by using other actions or connectors in Logic Apps, such as "Get file metadata," "Append to blob," "FTP," or "Azure Blob Storage."
I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any more questions.