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    Hi Friends,
    I want to write an mp4 file, its size is 3.33Gb. I want to cut this file in 1GB each for write a DVD.
    How I split this file in 1GB each? Which software is used? Plz help me......
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    AviDemux or MP4Tools would be two freeware editors to try.

    And welcome to our forums.
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    Originally Posted by Sreenadh View Post
    Hi Friends,
    I want to write an mp4 file, its size is 3.33Gb. I want to cut this file in 1GB each for write a DVD.
    How I split this file in 1GB each? Which software is used? Plz help me......
    If your demand for "cut this file in 1GB each" translates to VOB files for DVD Video.....that's not going to work.
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    To expand upon what hech54 said,
    "DVD" playback could mean authored or data-file forms.

    If authored, you'll need to convert from MP4 to authoring-compliant MPEG2 intermediate source files (at DVD-appropriate bitrate limits) - along with audio - as well as author, to arrive at your VIDEO_TS VOBs. Likely, you'll have to use the encoder to create segmented encodes so each MPEG authoring SOURCE is well within disc capacity limits. Then the compiling of the authored title will automatically do the 1GB VOB splits for you. Doing it manually is certain to fail.

    If data-file, you just need to drop it on the disc (in the root or some subfolder) and burn (assuming the file is ALREADY compliant with the intended players' specs).

    Which one you use depends on which player(s) you expect to use...

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