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AVS Video Converter
AVS Video Converter v.6

Current Version:
Release Date:  6/17/2010
File Size:
52.20 MB
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AVS Video Converter

Splitting Video Files

AVS Video Converter allows you to split a video file into several files and save them to new video files.

How to split:

  1. Select your input file clicking the upper Browse button
  2. Click the Advanced button and make sure that the Split check-box is checked.
  3. Choose the way you want to split the file - by size (Limit File Size option) or by markers (Split By Markers option).
    If you selected splitting by size, please specify the size of your output files.
    If you would like to split by markers, click the Edit button on the Main Toolbar and set markers.

    AVS Video Converter v.6

Note!Note: in case you choose splitting by size you should specify the size of output files from above 10 Mb. We'd like to draw your attention to possibility of inaccuracy of file size (+ - 0,5 Mb) presence depending on the input file parameters.

If you use the Split option creating a CD notice:

  1. If you split your input file by Markers, make sure that each marked part size is under 700 Mb. In case it's over 700 Mb the program will automatically split the marked part into two more parts: first one - 700 Mb long from the beginning of a marked part, the second - from the end of the first part to the marker.
  2. If you split your input file by Size, make sure you've set the output file size under 700 Mb. In case it is over 700 Mb the program will automatically split the file into parts under 700 Mb.
Note!Note: splitting is disabled during DVD and Blu-ray creation. Also note that in case you select several input files, markers will be added automatically at the beginning of each file.

Please note that AVS4YOU programs do not allow you to copy protected material. You may use this software in copying material in which you own the copyright or have obtained permission to copy from the copyright owner.

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