What’s Coming Next? – Split n Join

Mac software Split n Join

TOKYO (MacHouse) – MacHouse has been developing software applications for Mac OS for the past six months or so. And we are releasing a new one possibly within 24 hours.

A new Mac application we are about to release is called Split n Join. Split n Join adds three additional components to SplitMe, another commercial software application we released about 4 weeks ago. While SplitMe allows users to exclusively split movie, zip archives and disc images, Split n Join lets users combine files.

Split n Join comes with three additional components: JoinMovie, JoinAudio and JoinImg. JoinMovie lets you combine (for now) up to 20 movies into a single QuickTime movie, which can be exported with audio and video compressors of your choice. Similarly, JoinAudio lets you combine audio clips into a single QuickTime audio file, which can be exported. (AIFF, ACC, MP3, M4A, OGG, WAVE and other audio formats are supported.) Finally, utilizing the last component, you can join up split DMG parts into a single disc image, restoring the original state before it was split.

Split n Join is a product of MacHouse.

2 thoughts on “What’s Coming Next? – Split n Join

  1. Hi. I would like to try your software split n’ join but I cannot get it to run. The Pink icon bounces in the dock briefly then just goes away. No startup screen appears and split n’ join will not open. iMac 2.8ghz Intel i5, software OSX 10.6.7 I’ve tried browsing the FAQ and googling the issue. Can you help please?

  2. The last trial version must have expired in February. You can still use it by setting the current date of the System clock to any time before February 15, 2011.

    Soon, we will stop selling Split n Join. This software product will be separately available as JoinMovies and SplitMovies at Mac App Store. We don’t know when they will be available at Mac App Store. It’s all up to Apple, Inc.

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