This web-site uses "cookie" files, which help us make it more usable for you. If you continue using this web-site, you give your consent for using cookies in accordance with the Privacy Policy.
Accept and close
How To Split MPEG2 File

Video Splitter Home Edition 7.3

Easy to use, lossless video editor for AVC/H264, MP4, MOV, WEBM, FLV, MKV, MPEG-2, WMV, ASF, AVI frame-accurate trimming and joining.

File info: 47.59 Mb, 2019 Jun 10

download Buy now

All people like films. Sometimes you would like to save your favourite fragment of movie to show it to your friends, send to someone or just keep it for yourself. Now you can split your video file easily with SolveigMM Video Splitter (being AVI,WMV,ASF, WMA, MP3 and MPEG2 Splitter) without video/audio quality degradation.

Related topics:
How to cut AVI file
How to cut WMV file


This guide explains how to split your video file with SolveigMM Video Splitter in a couple of minutes.


Figure 1
Figure 1
  1. Click the button to open a file for splitting. You can also use the Open Media File command in the File menu.
  2. Select the required file.
  3. Select the checkbox to prevent the immediate file indexing. If the checkbox is deselected, the one of the windows shown in Figure 2 will appear.
  4. Note: The file indexing ensures that the splitting process will be performed accurate within the frame. The splitted fragment will start with exactly that frame on which the beginning marker was placed. And the last frame of the splitted fragment will be the frame on which the ending marker was placed

  5. Click the button to open the selected file.
  6. fig21


    Figure 2.1
    Figure 2.2

    If the Don't index now checkbox is deselected, the window shown in Figure 2.1 will appear.

    If the selected file already has MPEG2 index, the window shown in Figure 2.2 will appear. To use the existing MPEG2 index file press Yes. To reindex the MPEG2 file press the No button.

    Figure 3
  7. Find the beginning of the first part of your movie using Video slider.
  8. Click the Add marker button. You can also add the marker selecting the Set New Marker command of the contextual menu or using the the [M] key. Then add the marker at the end of the fragment.
  9. Click your left mouse button on the fragment of the movie to be splitted. The selected fragment will be marked with orange colour. Then click your right mouse button to show a contextual menu.
  10. Select the Save Selected Fragment As... command in the contextual menu.
  11. fig4
    Figure 4
  12. Enter the new file name in the appeared Save current fragment as... window.
  13. Select the checkbox if you want to add the task to batch queue.
  14. Click the Save button. You will see the current progress of splitting.
  15. The new saved file wil be a part of your initial MPEG2 file. To split your MPEG2 file into several parts you should repeat the actions from step 5 to step 8 for each fragment. | Site map | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use
Copyright 2004-2019 © Solveig Multimedia
All rights reserved