SplitFuse
SplitFuse
2.2.0.0

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SplitFuse2.2.0.0

01 November 2008

Split/fuse movies into/from multiple segments.

Overview

SplitFuse is an OS X utility that will split videos compatible with QuickTime into multiple segments or merge video segments together that have already been split apart. It has a number of useful features:

  • Splits and merges any videos compatible with QuickTime - including most AVI, MPEG, and WMV* files
  • Cut movies into clips defined by you, into any number of equally sized segments, or into segments of a specific length
  • Save videos in multiple formats, including QuickTime, MPEG-4, AVI, WMV*, DV, and iPhone
  • Control everything about your saved videos - sound quality, compression, size, etc.
  • Split movies to upload on YouTube, or import into iMovie and Final Cut
  • Join any number of videos downloaded from the Web or previously split by SplitFuse or another program
  • SplitFuse is super cheap. Other programs that do the same thing would like to charge up to 20 dollars! SplitFuse is just $11.95 USD!

What's new in SplitFuse

Version 2.2.0.0:

Note: This product is not compatible with macOS Catalina.

  • Fixed a number of issues with saving files. The whole process should work much better now, and specifically DV exports should not crash the program
  • Adjust start and end points (including for clip list clips) graphically by dragging markers on the timeline
  • Added fast forward and rewind buttons
  • Double click a clip in the clip list to play only that clip in the viewer
  • Load a saved clip list back into the clip list
  • Customize split file names even further with naming templates (available in SplitFuse Preferences)
  • Splits and fuses now executed as background processes, so you can interact with the application while there is an export happening
  • Cancel splits and fuses by pressing the new Cancel button
  • Loading progress dialog appears when adding files to the fuse window

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How would you rate SplitFuse app?

20 Reviews of SplitFuse

2
Eric-Brunstad
30 December 2009
Version: 2.2

Most helpful

Crashes so much (just about every other time I use it) that I wrote my own application, MovieTool, to do some of the things this program does. Great when it works though and has some features that are currently hard to find elsewhere.
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Eric-Brunstad
30 December 2009
Version: 2.2
Crashes so much (just about every other time I use it) that I wrote my own application, MovieTool, to do some of the things this program does. Great when it works though and has some features that are currently hard to find elsewhere.
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Anonymous
03 February 2009
Version: 2.2
D-vision could merge the two 700Mb files in a matter of seconds, with no quality loss, same overall size and sound preserved ...
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3
Anonymous
02 February 2009
Version: 2.2
Tried to fuse two 700 Mb >AVI files, using the "medium" quality compression preset (cinepack). I got a soundless AVI film whose video was so horrible that it could not be watched at. Tried the no compression option and got a 135 Gb (!) file still soundless. Clearly this app is not for large films and it has serious compression problemss. A pity they should rewrite and recompress the films entirely to fuse them.
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Pat320
18 November 2008
Version: 2.2
This software rocks. Tried and immediately bought. Great Work !!
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4
Minimarc
03 November 2008
Version: 2.2
works very good. nice to see the hidden feature.
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4
Captain-Nemo
02 November 2008
Version: 2.2
Having (at least!) the Hide function enabled is greatly appreciated. On the minus side, an updated interface which doesn't remind us of old OS X versions would not hurt, IMHO. As for functionality & ease of use, thumbs up !
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Fizchio
26 September 2008
Version: 2.0
This software rocks. Tried and immediately bought. Great Work !!
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5
Arskinner
22 September 2008
Version: 1.2
Worked well for me.
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5
Xypher
06 October 2007
Version: 1.1
This actually does work much better than a lot of the other apps out there. I'm ashamed I've never stumped up for the License.
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pcharles
04 April 2007
Version: 1.1
I was a bit concerned after reading some of the reviews, but so far I have had no problems combining H264 clips into one playable file regardless of whether it is a referenced file or a self contained one. I am then able to use Viddyup to convert the combined file into something for my ipod. Unless I find a major problem I intend to register this because it will help me develop files for the AppleTV.
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Globey
29 December 2006
Version: 1.1
Completely non-working and useless. Failed to do anything but create empty destination files for all attempted operations.
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Lx
17 May 2006
Version: 1.1
Simple quick and easy. Just needed to split a long video file in order to share with others. Did it in a snap.
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Unspeakable
02 April 2006
Version: 1.1
It doesn't crash, neither does it work the way its suppose to. Neither the self playing file nor the pointer file that this app is suppose to create work at all. After fusing 5 files I received only an empty QT file.
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5
Anonymous
25 August 2005
Version: 0.1
Does exactly as what it claims. Very useful if you need to split up huge .mov files.
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Anonymous
07 September 2004
Version: 0.1
Fancy looking interface window that doesn't do much besides offer a spinning beach ball when trying to add .mpg segments.
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Anonymous
28 January 2004
Version: 0.1
it crashed me pretty hardcore.
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Anonymous
14 January 2004
Version: 0.1
Doesn't fuse anything and crashes a lot when I drag and drop various movie files onto it. what a piece of junk.
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Andrew
23 September 2003
Version: 0.1
This is only the case if you are using certain MPEG files, and it is listed as a known problem on the website FAQ. We are working to fix it. In addition, we are working on audio fusing and splitting.
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3.25
Anonymous
21 September 2003
Version: 0.1
This does "fuse" movie files together, however, they don't play back all the way through in Quicktime. If you grab the tab and pull it across the bar you can see the whole file but when it plays back the movie stops after the first clip would have ended.
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Anonymous
20 September 2003
Version: 0.1
If you could make it so mp3's would fuse to mp3's, I would pay, but it fuses to a .mov, and will not play on iPod, unless I change it to .mp3...will that work? if i change a .mov to .mp3?
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