Sometimes you might want to quickly split a video file you have into several single files without the need to edit or re-encode them. Using AVS Video ReMaker you can do that quickly and easily. It will let you split a video file into several ones and also cut the unnecessary scenes from these video files before saving them.
Click here to download it. After the download is finished, run the AVSVideoReMaker.exe file and follow the installation wizard instructions.
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After you launch the program, you can select your video using the Add File button. In the opened Windows Explorer window browse for the necessary video:
After loading your video, you can add more video files to AVS Video ReMaker program using the Add File button or remove the loaded files clicking the Clear button.
To split your video into clips put the cursor within the Timeline Scale and and move it to search for the place where the next clip begins. Then click the Split button above the Timeline. The video will be split into clips at the current cursor position.
Use the Zoom slider to change the scale of the video on the Timeline. It will help you to set the split point more accurately.
If you want to leave only some clips select the unnecessary one clicking it with the left mouse button and press the Delete button above the Timeline. The highlighted clip will be removed from your video.
Now you need to set the output file parameters. Click the Remake Now! central button to open the Remake window.
In the Output section of the Remake window enter the output file Name into the appropriate field (each new file will be named as file name_order number), select the Folder to save your resulting video and choose one of the available Video/Audio formats in the Settings section.
To save your clips as separate files check the Save each clip to a new file option.
When all is ready press the Remake Now! button to start processing. You will see the progress on the progress bar. It will take some time depending on the file length and your computer configuration.
And that's it - you have just split your home video into several files.