How to Split Large Video into Small Parts by File Size, Count or Length?

Diana Joan

Nov 14, 2016 08:32 am / Posted by Diana Joan

There are many conditions that we will come the needs to split a video file: the video length or video file size exceed the limitation for some video uploading and sharing sites like YouTube, Facebook or Vimeo. The video occupy too much space on your local hard drive, usb drive, external hard drive or smartphone/tablet internal memory storage or external microsd card. The video file is too large for attaching to an Email or other video distribtion services. Fortunately, apart from compressing video to a much smaller resolution, bit rate, fram rate, etc with some quality sacrifice. There are still a good way to reduce video file size with no quality lossage - Split large video into small parts with video splitter program.

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How to Split large video into small parts?

Although there are many video splitter program on the market, however, some of program may only supports to split video in very limited file formats, others may only allows to split a large video into two parts. Here, a more powerful video splitter program called Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate (get Mac version) is highly recommended to you. With the program, you can split not only digital file formats with various different file formats but also commercial Blu-ray/DVD disc. The program offer 3 different way for you to split large video files into small equal parts: by file size, file count or time length to satisfy your different video splitting need.

Besides splitting video, this advanced program also offer other beneficial simple video editing function for you. You can flip or rotate video to get it displayed in the right angel, trim or cut video files to remove unwanted parts or segments, crop video to remove the unwanted black bars or area, add image/video/transparent text watermark to video, apply special rendering effect to video, flip or rotate video angel, remove/replace audio in video or merge separate video into one file.

Step by Step to Split Large Video Into Small Parts by File Size, Count or Time Length?

Step 1: Import large video files.

Launch and start the program on your computer, click "File" > "Add Video/Audio" or "Add from Folder" to import source files to the program. For splitting Blu-ray or DVD disc, insert Blu-ray/DVD into DVD optical drive or external Blu-ray drive, then click "File" > "Loadf from Disc" option.

Step 2: Define output file format.

From "Format" bar drop-down list, select one of your desired file format to output. If you don't want to loss any file quality, just select to output the same video as original file format.

Step 3: Split video into small parts.

By clicking the "Split" button under the file displaying list, checking "Enable" to enable it, and then you can split the file by file count, time length, or file size according to your own needs.

Step 3: Trim/Crop/Watermark video.

Select an item on the main interface to active the "Editor" function, then click the Edit icon on the tool bar of main interface to open the Editor Window, you can play and preview the original video and output effects. Also you can flip video, trim, crop, add effect, add watermark, apply special effect, etc.

Step 4: Start video splitting process.

Press the right-bottom "Convert" button to start the large video into small parts or segments splitting process.

When the video splitting is completed, you can find your converted files by clicking "Open output folder" with all splitted small files for convenient sharing, emailing and distributing.

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