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How to chop a video?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by angeli, Feb 1, 2011.

  1. angeli

    angeli Newbie

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    I need to chop or split my videos to different files so I can upload it to a host that requires only 100mb for uploads. My videos are 500mb each. How will I gonna do this?

    Thanks for the help in advance.
     
  2. VelvetVampire

    VelvetVampire Junior Member

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    you could try windows movie maker if you cant find something else.
     
  3. angeli

    angeli Newbie

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    Is there any tool that can be automated?
     
  4. VelvetVampire

    VelvetVampire Junior Member

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    doeasierdotorg/splitter looks like its doing what you need:

    Key Features
    Can split AVI/DivX file, large files (>4GB) are supported;
    Can split MPEG file, MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 are supported;
    Can split WMV/ASF file;
    Split file in two ways -- by custom selections or splitting it into multiple equal pieces automatically.
    Work very fast and without any quality loss;
    Support batch splits, splitting large video file into as many parts as you want;
    Very easy to use. No confusing frame calculations or rocket science know-how needed!
     
  5. Autumn

    Autumn Elite Member

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    Look into ffmpeg. It is a command line app that is fully automatable, very fast, great for batch processing and open source. It is the shit for automated video work.
     
  6. haridada

    haridada Senior Member

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    Use WinRAR. Click Add -> General (Make sure Archive Format is .RAR)

    Down below, Click Split To Volumes, bytes (Select 98,078K - ZIP 100)

    Hope that helps.

    Or you can use software like HJSplit.
     
  7. henke

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    Yeah, I would go with winrar, that sounds like the best option. Also, means you don't have to mess about editing the video.
     
  8. oxonbeef

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    hjsplit http://www.hjsplit.org/
    Archive the movie in one .rar
    use hjsplit to split it tell your
    downloaders to use it to rejoin it.

    It's free and it's simple.
     
  9. Lex Luthor

    Lex Luthor Registered Member

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    I know winrar seems like a nice option but ive always hated the fact that you cant watch a movie unless you have all the parts. Is there any way split it so the moviesnare still watchable.
     
  10. haridada

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    Wrong, lets say you've downloaded movienamepart1.rar file.

    Right click the .rar file and select extract files. A dialog box appears asking where you want to extract. Under the miscellaneous box, just select Keep broken files (now, it should have a tick mark next to keep broken files)

    Now, you can watch the film with VLC media player. Obviously you can only watch the movie upto the length the part 1 file contains.
     
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  11. Lex Luthor

    Lex Luthor Registered Member

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    Thanks mate I didnt know that. It looks like winrar is the best option then
     
  12. Anubis1980

    Anubis1980 Regular Member

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    Use virtual dub
     
  13. angeli

    angeli Newbie

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    My files are not downloadable. They are flv format. I will upload them to a host and then stream it to another site.
     
  14. d3ky44

    d3ky44 Regular Member

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    Get sony vegas i cut my videos how i want with it, if you know how to work with it the quality will remain, or you can change it, im very satisfied with SV i have build a site with videos i made with it.
     
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    chowyoungfat Regular Member

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    Winrar is the best option for sure unless you don't want to put them back together. In that case, windows movie maker, camtasia or premiere pro.
     
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    Quick Time Pro is good?
     
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    OP wants to split a video file into 100 MB parts so he can upload it to file hosting networks.

    I dont know how quicktime will help since i've never used it.