Windows 10: Video software to split MKV files

  1.    20 Jul 2015 #1

    Video software to split MKV files

    Hi there

    I've got a number of DVD RAM (Video-recorder) type RTAV files that I've converted to MKV on hard Disk.

    These are recorded as a continuous file . However sometimes I have 2 or 3 episodes in this file and would like to break the file up into the constituent episodes.

    Any decent software around to do this. Preferably Free. I don't need to re-encode -- just split the file.

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  2. Vladimir's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Build 14267
       20 Jul 2015 #2

    Download Matroska Splitter v1.0.2.9 (open source) - AfterDawn: Software downloads

    Downloading Matroska Splitter v1.0.2.9...

    Matroska Splitter is a DirectShow splitter for Matroska (.mkv) video files. You need this in order to open .mkv files.

    Please note that this splitter is only capable of opening the Matroska container itself -- the actual video/audio found within the Matroska container can be virtually in any possible format, such as DivX5, so you need to download appropriate codecs as well. We recommend that you use AVIcodec or GSpot in order to determine the correct codecs.
    1. Unpack the files. Use the files from Release Unicode if you're running Windows XP/7/8+.

    2. Copy DLL or AX files in system32 folder [ C:\Windows\System32 ]

    3. To install the files, type: regsvr32 filename.dll or regsvr32

    4. To uninstall them, use: regsvr32 -u filename.dll or regsvr32 -u

    That's interesting too: Advanced MPC-HC Setup Guide - AVS Forum | Home Theater Discussions And Reviews

    Hope it helps...

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  3.    20 Jul 2015 #3

    Hi there


    I'm looking at Avidemux simply for splitting -- the COPY function doesn't re-encode (I don't want any re-encoding) and it will also handle mp4 files.

    I thought of Matroska splitter --I'll try that if Avidemux doesn't work.

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