As a powerful SVCD splitter, JFuse SVCD Splitter is able to split the SVCD video file into smaller ones in a flash. The speed of splitting SVCD file will never be accelerated at the expense of quality. The quality of the output files is the same as that of the source file.
Interface (click to enlarge)
Press Open Button to add source video file. At present the SVCD Splitter is merely able to add file at a time.
JFuse SVCD Splitter supports adding all popular video formats, such as 3GP, AVI, MPG, MPA, VOB, RM, MP4, Windows Media(.asf, .wmv,.wma), FLV, MP3 and MKV.
Step 2. You can set Start Point and End Point for your video clip, directly input start time and end time., or split source into several clips in equal size.
Press "Split Now" Button to start splitting, and a window will be displayed:
Step 4. There're two splitting modes, the first one is Direct Stream Cut(also called No-re-encoding mode), the next one is Encode Mode(also called Re-encoding mode).
If you use Direct Stream Splitting Mode, the format of the output file should be the same as that of the source, and there is no quality loss. Its splitting speed, 10 times as fast as that of the Encode Mode, is extremely high.
Encode Splitting Mode
Encode Splitting Mode supports splitting different formats.