What’s Coming Up Next? – MacHouse Releasing SplitMovies

Mac software SplitMovies

TOKYO (MacHouse) – The first software title to release this month is called SplitMovies. Just as other several software titles we previously released, SplitMovies will only be available at Mac App Store.

Mac software SplitMovies
Source: MacHouse

So what is SplitMovies? In a sense, it’s a reduced version of Split n Join, our top selling software title. SplitMovies allows the user to split a movie file into multiple independent video clips, each of which can be opened and viewed with a media player. Currently, SplitMovies supports such media formats as 3GP, 3GP2, DV, M4V, MOV, MP4, MKV (Matroska), AVI.

Mac software SplitMovies
Source: MacHouse

Hopefully, SplitMovies will be available at Mac App Store by the end of this month.

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SplitMovies is a product of MacHouse.

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10 Responses to What’s Coming Up Next? – MacHouse Releasing SplitMovies

  1. Mac Burning Guy says:

    This is a cool little splitter. I just tried it out to split my home videos and it worked fine.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Hi MacHouse Support,

    The first .mov file that I try to split creates 3 folders but they are empty. What should I do?

    It is: 9,111,195,653 bytes (9.11 GB on disk)

    Thank you,

  3. I’ll get back with you in a minute. I suppose your system is Mac OS X 10.7.

  4. I tested the application with two Lion machines and didn’t have trouble splitting a .mov movie into 3 smaller clips. I certainly didn’t end up getting 3 folders. In the meantime, I’m not so sure if this application can handle a 9.1 GB movie. That’s twice the limitation for a 32-bit file size.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Thank you for checking it out. Please advise me since I bought the application just so that I could do this. Do you have any suggestions?

  6. I certainly don’t want you to feel ripped off. So we will be happy to give you a full refund if you request one here. However, I’m not so sure that there’s any application that could split that large size into smaller clips. The reason that SplitMovies might not function well is that it could not tell the entire number of bytes. The number of bytes you’ve stated is four times larger than the positive side of an integer that a 32-bit application could keep up with. It may be a good idea and see if you can trim that big file with QuickTime X (Choose Edit > Trim) and make it a file as small as 2.2 GB. Then SplitMovies should function as designed, I believe.

  7. There is something that I was not aware of before. And we’ve just released Version 1.0.3. This version should be able to handle media sizes as large as 9.2 GB, hopefully.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Thank you for your reply. I certainly appreciate your consideration of the problem and of the expense– I definitely would like to give everything a good try first. How can I download Version 1.0.3 to test that out?
    Again, many thanks.

  9. You are welcome.

    Please read the e-mail message titled SplitMovies License that you’ve received. Then please click on ‘this URL.’ You are will be requested to log in, and your login information is stated in the e-mail message.

  10. You can also choose SplitMovies > Download, I believe.

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