Split n Join
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Split and combine movie clips, audio clips, or split DMG segments.   Demo ($32.95)
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Split n Join allows you to split and combine specific types of files. Split n Join adds four more components to SplitMe, another software title we develop, to let users combine files. Use SplitMKV to split a single Matroska movie into multiple independent movie clips, each of which can be opened. JoinMovie allows users to combine independent movie clips into one QuickTime movie, which can be saved, imported back and then exported to create a self-contained, multiplexed QuickTime movie. Likewise, users can combine multiple independent audio clip into one, which can be exported to create
What's New
Version 2.6.5:
  • Fix: The command-line tool counterpart for AVISplit was available for PowerPC. So AVISplit ultimately failed under Snow Leopard. Now, this command-line tool is in Universal Binaries.
  • Fix: SplitMKV could fail when the split size had a decimal point. So the application now forces the user enter a positive integer as a split size.
  • The application can regenerate preference files when they go missing.
  • Fix: The Download command (Split n Join > Download) was disabled in the last update for licensed users. We are sorry. Please refer to the License e-mail message to download the latest version this time.
Version 2.6.5:
  • Fix: The command-line tool counterpart for AVISplit was available for PowerPC. So AVISplit ultimately failed under Snow Leopard. Now, this command-line tool is in Universal Binaries.
  • Fix: SplitMKV could fail when the split size had a decimal point. So the application now forces the user enter a positive integer as a split size.
  • The application can regenerate preference more...
Requirements
  • Intel/PPC
  • QuickTime 7.5 (No Pro upgrade is required)
  • A movie to be split must have at least 388 pixels in height under SplitMovie



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Split n Join User Discussion (Write a Review)
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Verne Arase commented on 08 Oct 2012
Is this an actively developed product?

I went to the website and they say they used to develop Mac software and now they're Win only ... is that on the level or some strange sarcastic anti-marketing ploy?

I tried the competition and it produces lousy joined files unless you output to divx, but who wants to do that in this day and age?
[Version 2.6.5]


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Koodough commented on 23 May 2010
Icon looks like the GrooveShark.com logo.
[Version 2.0]

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PorkPieHat replied on 02 May 2011
Looks like a condom to me.
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Helmo Hass commented on 10 Jan 2010
well perfect your application if so fine but so fine that...
i think you should buy it,
as said i'll stick with my own ones..
read carefully your reply and see how useless it can be even with ur given explication...
LOL

"Duohhhh... If you split a file into parts with RAR or whatever and if one of the parts goes missing, the entire file will be ruined. By splitting an independent movie into multiple independent segments, even if one of them goes missing, you can still open and watch other segments. Is it that difficult to see the difference?"

IMPRESSED!!! i was really but really looking for something like this. havin a bunch of broken movies i can still partially watch, where the hell i was living before, you just gave me the LIGHT, i can finally see!!!
Thanks, Thanks, Thanks,

PS
where i send the checks?
[Version 1.2.6]


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Helmo Hass commented on 28 Dec 2009
well, maybe your application do something that anyother since has ever done..
But, opening your eyes you'll notice that anywhere on the net files are shared, splitted, archived using rar... and in my opinion its safer since you can generate pars, so avoid any corruptions of the files if ever happens.
im not telling yours is useless, but just another piece of soft not really needed, (by me anyway).
i'll stick on JigSaw 3.
[Version 1.2.5]

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Donkey'S Butt (developer) replied on 09 Jan 2010
>in my opinion its safer since you can generate pars, so avoid any corruptions of the files if ever happens.

Duohhhh... If you split a file into parts with RAR or whatever and if one of the parts goes missing, the entire file will be ruined. By splitting an independent movie into multiple independent segments, even if one of them goes missing, you can still open and watch other segments. Is it that difficult to see the difference?
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Roaming Nomad replied on 24 Jan 2010
Your not very bright are you HELMO HASS ?

Split n Join works great for splitting up movies, all independent! Who care's about RAR files!

Sheesh!
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Donkey'S Butt (developer) commented on 04 Dec 2009
>Take a good look on "Other People Suggest" section on this page, also add a couple more free apps on the list: Chop DMG and MacHacha.

1. None of them lets you split movie files into independent movie clips except SplitFuse, which doesn't work on Matroska-container movies.

2. None of them lets you combine multiple movies into an independent movie clip.

3. None of them lets you split a zip archive into multiple independent archives.
[Version 1.2.2]


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Sebuchen commented on 12 Nov 2009
I did NOT criticize your software. I just stated that the price being asked for it was fairly steep in today's economy with free alternatives available. I didn't say one thing about your software being either good or bad.
[Version 1.1.1]

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Donkey'S Butt (developer) replied on 12 Nov 2009
What free alternatives to which features?
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Elegraphy commented on 23 Nov 2009
Take a good look on "Other People Suggest" section on this page, also add a couple more free apps on the list: Chop DMG and MacHacha.
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Roaming Nomad replied on 24 Jan 2010
None of the so called free alternatives can split a movie properly. Split Fuse is buggy and crashes way too much and has been dead for 2 years!
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Donkey'S Butt (developer) commented on 11 Nov 2009
>There are a significant amount of free ones

Name one that has all the same features that Split n Join supports. Are you having fun criticizing someone's work without bothering to download the software file?
[Version 1.0]


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Sebuchen commented on 11 Nov 2009
I think $23 for a 1.0 version of a simple split and join program is way overpriced. There are a significant amount of free ones that would work just as good. In today's economy, you'll get very few buyers at this price point.
[Version 1.0]

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Traum replied on 14 Apr 2012
$32.95 now! Unbelievable!
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iphone22009 rated on 19 Jan 2011

[Version 2.6.0]


Downloads:10,046
Version Downloads:6,102
Type:Multimedia Design : Video
License:Demo
Date:27 Jan 2011
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $32.95
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Split n Join allows you to split and combine specific types of files. Split n Join adds four more components to SplitMe, another software title we develop, to let users combine files. Use SplitMKV to split a single Matroska movie into multiple independent movie clips, each of which can be opened. JoinMovie allows users to combine independent movie clips into one QuickTime movie, which can be saved, imported back and then exported to create a self-contained, multiplexed QuickTime movie. Likewise, users can combine multiple independent audio clip into one, which can be exported to create a joint audio clip. JoinImg deals with a set of split DMG segments. Use JoinImg to put DMG parts together to create a single disc image to restore the original state before it was split.

A User's Guide is available here.


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