How to Easily Split an AVI File

Published on by Chris King

This article provides some easy solution to split large AVI files that definitely worth your time to give it a try.

How to Easily Split an AVI File
I got some AVI files as large as 20GB and I want to split them before going on to edit and make movies/DVDs. I've searched on-line and found AVS Video Remaker which explicitly says it supports avi files and looks like it should do what I want (a series of separate smaller files by subject) but it won't open my avi files. I need an alternative way to split AVI files...

Searching almost everywhere about how to split video files, I got some clues. If you want an easy solution for splitting video files losslessly and very fast, Brorsoft Video Converter will be the best choice.

Overall, it is a professional video split software for splitting videos. With it, you can split any video files(See how to split GoPro video for YouTube) or music with its Video Split feature: split the videos by file account, time length or file size. Plus, it also enables you to quickly join multiple video files together(See how to join VOB files) into one file as you need. What's more, this program can convert multimedia files TiVo, MP4, AVI, DivX, MPEG, MOV, H.265, VOB, MKV, etc from one format to another with codecs of your choice suitable for your computer, mobile devices or uploading to the Internet.

P.S. If you wanna perform the video splitting and merging on Mac OS, Video Converter Mac is the alternative choice. Just download it to achieve your goal.

Tutorial: How to Split a large AVI video

1. Import the video files you want to cut into the AVI video splitter tool.

2. Tap the Video Split button and enable the Video Split function. Now choose the way you want to split- Split file count; split time length; split file size.

3. Select the output file location, format and set the necessary parameters (frame rate, codec, video size, etc). You can stick with AVI format.

4. Click the "Convert" button to start splitting AVI video files. After the process, it's easy to locate the split files in one video folder. Now you can handle your AVI clips anywhere you want.

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