How do i split .xvid file into 2 parts so i can burn it and i want the same format which is .xvid

Hi folks... i want to burn this movie which is 1300 MB and its format is .Xvid and i want to split into 2 parts so i can be able to burn it and i want to keep the same format. I tried splitting but its format changes.


Much appriciated. reply



Use VirtualDub to split. (I assume this is an avi; if it’s ogm or mkv use VirtualDubMOD instead)
http://www.virtualdub.org
Open the file in VirtualDub. Then go to video and choose 'direct stream copy' and go to audio and choose 'source audio' (these two steps are VERY important, else you will be recompressing the whole movie, which could take days or weeks).
You will notice that the cursor on the timeline is at the very left. Click on edit and go to 'set selection start'. Then move the cursor to the middle of the movie (approximately) then click the arrow with the key to the left or to the right once or twice. Hopefully it *shouldn’t* take you too far off the center; the important thing is that you cut at a keyframe. Now go to edit and choose 'set selection end'. Then go to file and choose save as avi. You’ll be saving your first half (about 600-700MB, so that’ll take however long to copy depending on how fast your hard disk is.)
Once that’s done go to edit and choose delete. It will delete the first half (hehehe). Now to file, and save as avi and pick another name. That’s your second half. reply

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Beautiful, thx really helpful :) reply

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Dowload the last Xvid codecs here
http://www.divx-digest.com/software/xvid.html

then use virtualdub
www.virtualdub.org/

In fact, i had the same problem as you because VirtualBud never wanted to importe my xvid...but with this last codecs it works at last !!!

thats cooooool....

if u dont know how to use virtualdub to cut xvid go here:
http://www.dvd-guides.com/content/view/13/59/

good luck reply

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Great article, thanx alot reply

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...do i need to use the latest codecs for this?

i used virutaldub(stable version) for this...should i use the experimental version instead...

also...i use vobsub for my subtitles...is there a way to split the file and still retain the subtitles? reply

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hey digAd great reply man, great site link for help, thanx alot, it helped. reply

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at your service !

:-) reply

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I have a RM file that I want to split into 2 RM smaller files (it means, the same format). Please help me to solve this problem.
Thanks. reply

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Ok i did what you said to do but it doesn’t work all the time.Sometimes after i split the files then I burn them to VCD the sound is off by a couple of seconds.Also sometimes it doesn’t burn the sound at all.I use Nero 6.0 to do my burning.How can i fix this? reply

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Sorry, personaly I cant help you on that problem :-( reply

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Can VirtualDub split avi files (xvid and ogg vorbis)? reply

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yes it can, just get the latest codecs and install them as the post near the top says!

nice thread btw reply

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IVE GOT A XVID FILE IN .AVI ITS A MOVIE THATS 1H AND 32 I WANT TO SPLIT IT IN TWO AND BURN THEM IN TWO NORMAL CDS NOT DVD SO MY DVD CAN READ THEM AND I DID DOWNLOAD THE CODECS AND VIRTUAL DUB AND WHEN I FRAME SKIP IT CRASHES IVE TRIED THE TWO VIRSION OF THE PROGRAM WHAT DO I DO reply

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Guys i downloaded a movie and i want to split into 2 and its a .bin file how do i do that and when i click direct stream on virtualdub it wont let me do it


Help wud be really apreacited THXS! reply

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Jas wrote:
Hi folks... i want to burn this movie which is 1300 MB and its format is .Xvid and i want to split into 2 parts so i can be able to burn it and i want to keep the same format. I tried splitting but its format changes.

Much appriciated.

google wrote:
I have a RM file that I want to split into 2 RM smaller files (it means, the same format). Please help me to solve this problem.
Thanks.

Hi.. Actually i use VideoCharge in such cases. I really like it because it’s very fast, supports lots of formats and is stable enough, altough it is not free as VirtualDub. reply

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This is a bit late, but here it goes.
If you’re following my steps: If you have VBR audio, you might want to use Nandub instead of VirtualDub, mainly to avoid out-of-sync audio. reply

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Thanks. You guys really helped me out for tonight..
Now, finally.. My bed.. Zzz. reply

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I too use VideoCharge - very good program for it reply

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virtualdub (version 1.8.0) worked great for me on xvid (.avi)file...OS is windows vista...i cut at keyframe (used key tools on very bottom toolbar for this) so this might help those who have sync issues reply

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