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Solved: Splitting large video files..

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by marcan, Nov 7, 2007.

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  1. marcan

    marcan Thread Starter

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    Hi. Hope this is the right forum for this post.

    Most of my video files are in avi format. I wish to keep them in this format. I wish to cut some of the movies to shorter ones. Say ta. I want to be able to extract/ cut the parts of the movie that i want to keep and save to a new file.

    Can this be done?

    Thankyou.
     
  2. Cyps

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    Yes, have you tried Windows Movie Maker? It's on you computer right now.
     
  3. osborn99

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    Windows movie maker saves in .wma

    I have total video converter, it splits and saves in the the format you choose.
     
  4. Cyps

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    Sorry you are quite right, I use Ulead normally. I would have thought you could save an AVI file in MM as it does allow you to import one. In fact you can import a few different video formats but only save in WMV, weird!!!!!
     
  5. marcan

    marcan Thread Starter

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    Windows Movies Maker was the first program i tried to do this with. Didnt have success. Will keep googlong for it, Will try links and thanks for suggestions.:)
     
  6. MysticEyes

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    Yes use one of the Vdubs, set to Direct Stream Copy.

    http://www.videohelp.com/tools/Virtualdub_MP3_Freeze
     
  7. marcan

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