Video Splitter for Mac: How to Split Video in Mac
Have lots of long and large videos in formats such as MP4, FLV, AVI, VOB, 3GP, ASF and want to split or cut them into shorter tracks? In fact, splitting your video files will be much easier by the help of the smart Filmroa for Mac(Originally Wondershare Video Editor for Mac). As a Mac video splitter, it can cut or split videos in various formats to smaller parts by the help of its "Trim" function. Here is a detailed guide to tell you how to split video in Mac using this powerful video editing tool.
1 Import the video you want to split
Download and run Filmroa for Mac(Originally Wondershare Video Editor for Mac). Then choose from 16:9 or 4:3 ratio. After that, go to “File”> “Add File” to add video file or select file from the provided media browser.
2 Split video
When your video files are added, highlight the video you want to split and click the “Trim” button to split the video or click the gear icon under the video and choose the ”Trim”. Then click the “Add Mark” icon to add a mark and then drag the two blue flags to choose the video part you want to get. If you want to split several video parts, just copy the clip, and repeat the above steps.
If you want to pick the wanted segment conveniently, click the icon that looks like a small clock. Then the duration setting window will pop up, in which you can set the beginning and ending time manually.
- Save video in formats such as MOV, M4V, AVI, MKV, F4V and more.
- Convert for viewing on various devices like iPhone, iPad, PSP and Zune.
- Directly upload to YouTube or burn to DVD.
After selecting an option, adjust the required output preset in the window or leave it as default and click “Create”. After a few seconds, the file will be saved in the target folder and then open automatically.
Splitting video files either in MP4, FLV, AVI, VOB, 3GP etc. makes it easy for you to better access specific video, take control of the video size. Download the free trial right now and enjoy!
3 Save the Edited Video
If you're satisfied with the result, click “Export” and then choose from these variants: save video in the format of your choice, upload to YouTube, burn to DVD or convert for viewing on your mobile phone or tablet.
It doesn't matter whether the joined video fragments are in different formats or not, the resulting file will be saved as the format you choose (you can choose any video format, including MOV, M4V, AVI, MP4, WMV, FLV and HD). Then select the required output preset in the window and click “Create”. After a few seconds, the file will be saved and the folder containing the joined video will open automatically.
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