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How to Split Video Files Online?

More often than not, people are drawn to viewing photos or videos to get the information they need. People would especially choose a video when they need to learn certain things, from watching how-to videos to learning a new language.

However, long videos, no matter how informative, might be too much. For the videographer or video editor, a long video would have a hefty file size, making it hard to edit. For a viewer, they would rather cut to the chase and skip the whole thing just to get to a certain portion of the video. To solve this problem, some content creators even make it a point to annotate their videos for their viewers.

Of course, that doesn’t help with the file size. Since everyone is still working from home, just imagine what it’s like sending a large video file to a client. Thankfully, tools like Split Video is readily available for video editors to help cut a large video into smaller and equal video clips.

Split Video

From one big file to multiple small files

Split Video helps to easily break a big video into multiple identical files while keeping the original video quality. The tool allows users to choose if they want to split a video by average, time, or size. It even gives the freedom for users to customize how the video should be split.

Split Video supports a multitude of video formats, including AVI, MP4, and MOV. Apart from that, Split Video can help extract audio from video to MP3, join multiple video files, remove one or more parts from the video, or trim parts of a video. With this, it will be much easier to select a portion of a video and merge it with others. This is particularly useful when creating videos such as commercials, outtakes, and trailers.

The best thing about Split Video is that you don’t need to download software for it and it’s free. All you need to do is upload the video on the browser to start splitting your video. Of course, there are downsides to using a browser-based tool. Possibilities like having a video splitting process cut short or having your file saved in its system are things that should be considered, so do take note of those when you use it.

Photo credits: The featured image used has been taken by Ryan Snaadt. The graphic in the body of the article is a screenshot from the featured website and is owned by split-video.com.

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Zarish Suhail
Tech Journalist at TechAcute