you could try Avidemux (http://avidemux.sourceforge.net/). It runs on
Windows and Linux.
Am 24.10.2016 um 05:10 schrieb Tim---Kracked_P_P---webmaster:
Please help this long term user, and a local promoter, [since the
beginning] of LO.
I really need help on a presentation video[s]. I had an idiot give me a
1.9 gig 3.5 hour video file instead of several files. The video
presentation had several different subject included and was to go into 2
or 3 DVDs, but now that single file is the only available files, this
video is almost 2 times the limit of the DVD format. So, I need to get
the single file into several MP4 files like I was asking for.
What I need is a real easy, and fast, video file splitter for Ubuntu.
The Windows splitter I used a few years ago is no longer supported since
I upgraded that PC from Win 7 to Win 10. I get nothing but runtime
errors when I try to run the old package on any of my Win10 systems.
So do any one on this list could help me find the package I need on
Ubuntu 16.04 [64-bit].
My email for the list is "email@example.com", but it would be
nice to have any helpful emails go to "firstname.lastname@example.org".
Either address would be OK.
Tim Lungstrom - - - Elmira, New York, USA
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