How to Split a Large Video File on Mac (Mountain Lion included)
Want to split a large video into smaller clips? This is very common in our life. A large video usually can't be imported into some media or upload onto websites because of length or size, such as CDs, portable devices, YouTube, etc. Another case would be that you want to trim out unwanted scenes and email the extracted parts to your friends.
No matter what the reason, with the help of Video Splitter for Mac, it's pretty easy to get the splitting work done. Free download its trial version here. Below describes how to split video on Mac using this Mac Video Splitter step by step:
Step 1: Import Videos to the Mac Video Splitter
After launching, click File > Add Files or simply drag your videos to the video track. A Media Browser is provided for your to add photos and videos from your iTunes library, iMovie, etc. conveniently
Step 2: Split Video Files on Mac
Highlight the video you want to split and click the trim button on the toolbar.
When trimming videos, Click to add a mark and then drag the slider to choose the video part you want to get. Please note that you can add multiple marks and get several video parts as you like. The icon which looks like a small clock enables you to open the duration setting window and set the trimming begin and end time manually.
Step 3: Export videos in a variety of ways
After preview, click Share on the main menu bar, and a window will pop up. Hit Devices or Formats to export split video to save them to local or for playback on portable devices.
Or click YouTube to upload your creations onto YouTube as long as you fill in YouTube relevant information.
You can also hit DVD and burn your edited videos to DVD discs so that you can keep the videos for a very long time to preserve your memories.
Don't hesitate to explore more functions on Video Splitter for Mac.