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Fast video splitting tool New Video Splitter 1.1 New Video Splitter is a fast video splitting tool. It supports splitting multiple MPEG I and MPEG II, AVI(DivX, XViD, MPEG4), DVD(.VOB), RealMedia(.RM, .RMVB), VCD(.DAT), ASF-WMV and other similar video file formats. You can easily split video files by marking the start and end positions in the preview window. Alternatively, you can let the program split the video files automatically. This program has a built-in video converter.




Split any type of file into smaller files. General File Splitter 2.0.601 General File Splitter splits a large file into smaller size files and creates self-joining exe file. The software supports any types of files. A huge file (up to 8 EB = 8589934592 GB) is supported. General File Splitter allows user to split the first N pieces only. And the output folder can be customized. The self-joining exe file joins all splitted pieces and keeps time of original file.




Free File Splitter Free File Splitter 5.0.1189 File Splitter is a freeware program which does not require installation and can be used to split files to multiple chunks as well as to merge multiple chunks into a single file.

Awesome stuff, thanks.

Good Application Nice application buddy, better than HJ Split :)

File Splitter The application did not perform as promised. It took a 10 GB AVI video file and produced a 1.5 GB file and two 1.0 GB files, none of which were playable on my computer. I have deleted the application from my computer and successfully used a program called AVI Splitter.

Good but slow It does the job bet I want to split dvd-iso files of 4,4GB in half because than it fits on my FAT32 External-Hard disk. But I it takes to long and I only need 2 pieces. So It's good use but not what I want.

did not work I had a 4.5 gigabyte file I was trying to split. Every time I ran FFS it created only 1 chunk and then stopped. Looked to me like it "forgot" to start over with a new filename so it just created and re-created that first chunk until it finished the file, but it was over-writing the file so in the end I only had the last chunk.(Why use it? I created an image of my hard drive using Acronis TrueImage which was 4.5 gb in size. Then I needed to transport it with a fat32 external drive. Fat32 has a 4gb limit ...

Worked Well The program allowed me to send a very large 50MB file that was urgent, easily. Thankyou



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