About JFuse

Jfuse allows you to join media files together, split them into smaller files, and provides an organizational interface to keep track of all of your media files with the ability to play them through your favorite media player.

The file joiner feature allows you to join movie files together so they can be viewed as one complete clip. It will combine the smaller files together to make one large file. Most video content is presented on the web in several smaller, sequential clips. Jfuse eliminates the need to have to view a movie in ten or fifteen different parts. Jfuse can join MPEG, WMV, AVI, and MP3 files.

JFuse also splits large media files into smaller files. Simply choose the file you want to split, select the number of files it should be split into, and give them a base name, and click a button. It is an extremely quick and simple way to split MPEG files for galleries, storage issues, or any other reason. Jfuse can split MP3s and MPEG files.

Keeping track of where you have different movies or songs on your computer can be difficult. JFuse provides a merge history/favorites interface that plays the selected media files with a single click. Files resulting from a merge operation are automatically added to the list as well as any file you wish to import. You can also scan directories on you hard drive for certain types of files and automatically add them to the History. This is extremely helpful for keeping all of your files from Peer to Peer programs together, as well as all of your favorite movie files.

JFuse provides a graphical interface that makes usage very easy. To merge files, choose the files in the order you wish to combine them, and click on the "Merge Files" button and choose a location and name for your new file. You can also view the newly created file through your favorite media player.

 

Join Movie Files

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To split files, first, click on the tab at the top of the window titled "File Fission". Select the file you wish to split. Choose the number of parts the file is to be split into. Finally, select the directory you wish to save the files to, as well as their "base name". The base name is the name of the file, that JFuse will add its sequence number to.
 

Split Movie Files

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JFuse keeps a history of the files you have fused together. This provides easy access to your files, and allows you to keep or delete anything in your history. JFuse also allows you to directly play media files from the history, as well as scan the folders on your hard drive for certain file types which are added to the history.
 

Media Organizer

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