Active AVI Video Splitter 1.8.1 Active AVI Video Splitter is a powerful tool to split, cut or trim video file. It split large AVI, DivX, Xvid formats file into smaller clips in various format.
Active MOV Video Splitter 1.5.2 Active MOV Video Splitter is perfect video splitter software which can easily split your video files to several segments at super high speed. It split large MOV, AVI, MPEG, MP4, WMV, etc formats file into smaller clips in various format.
Description: Active MPEG Video Splitter is a small but effective Video Splitting tools. With Active MPEG Video Splitter you can split a video into several smaller files and even into other video formats. You can preview and play your video files directly in the program using the preview window. This allows you to select the exact frames for the segments. This video splitter includes two splitting mode: Manual Mode and Auto Mode - If you prefer to split the video automatically, you could split the selected range averagely by specify the number of output parts. Active MPEG Video Splitter already includes all video encoders and decoders , you don't need download any other codecs to make it work.
Active Video Splitter 1.8.2 Active Video Splitter is a suitable video splitting tool for both novice and experienced users. It supports lots of input formats include AVI, DivX, Xvid, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, WMV, MP4
4Leaf MPEG Video Splitter 1.6.3 4Leaf MPEG Video Splitter is a useful video software in splitting MPG, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4 video. It helps you split video clips out from MPEG, MPG, MP4 in a few seconds. 4Leaf
MWSF: LaCie intros real-time DV to MPEG encoder LaCie will show at Macworld Conference & Expo a new tool for users to aid in DVD creation. The LaCie FastCoder allows people to convert DV NTSC video files to MPEG-1 and/or MPEG-2 in real-time using a G3-equipped Mac or higher.
Almost Half of Video Gamers Cutting TV Use --Study Nearly half of video game playerswatched less television last year or plan to cut their viewingtime this year, according to a report issued on Thursday thatlends credence to industry fears that young men are switchingoff the tube.