Want to send WMV video via email but the video size exceeds the limit? Looking for some tools to do simple splitting of WMV files on your computer without re-encoding? Often, cool videos you've just shot or captured contain unwanted elements: ads from YouTube or other hosting sites, pauses or unnecessary content and more. If you are trapped by these problems to cut WMV files for uploading to the video sharing site, or taking off the unnecessary part of the video. Well, this article will assist you to split or cut WMV video files on Win or Mac efficiently without any quality loss in details.
Sometimes we want to split a long movie scene by scene or just get a part from the movie, so we need to find an easy-to-use and powerful video splitter. And the top WMV Video Splitter - Dimo Video Converter Ultimate is No.1 all-round video converter and splitter to allow you to split a large WMV file into smaller WMV files, or to extract manually selected segments of an WMV file to new WMV files as well as converting WMV to MP3 for extracting background music. Using direct stream cut tech, this audio and video splitter can quickly split larger clips and audio files without recompression, so it is very fast and without any quality loss. In addition to WMV, this tool supports almost all the video and audio formats like MP4, AVI, MOV, MKV, FLV, ASF, MPG, WMA, AAC, OGG, MP3, etc.
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Getting interested now? Just have a try, its multiple functions will surprise you. Please download the program first and then follow the guide below, you'll find out how to split WMV files easily. If you are a Mac user to split WMV files on Mac, please download Dimo Video Converter Ultimate for Mac (Sierra 10.12, El Capitan, Mavericks, Yosemite included).
Step 1 Add WMV files
After running this WMV splitter in Dimo Video Converter Ultimate, you can drag and drop the WMV files directly from the local computer to the program. Alternatively, you can also click the "Add File" button to load your WMV files.
Tip: By clicking "Add DVD" button, you can also convert DVD movies or split into small segments for playing and sharing with others.
Step 2 Split and cut WMV files
Click "Edit" option by the end of imported file task bar to separate WMV video files. The build-in video editor window of WMV splitter will appear and the video will play automatically. Then move the pin of start and end point on the slider to cut the segments you want, after that hit "+" or "Add Trim Marker" buttom > "OK" to split WMV video.
Tip 1: This WMV cutter also allow you to adjust the "Start point" and "End point" in more acurate way by seconds, you can input time from its task bar at the right panel, or click the triangle icon to get your specific beginning and end time. With it, you can cut an WMV files into unlimited segments. Just click "+" to add more cutting segments that is helpful for you to divide a file into serveral segments, if you don't need merge the cutting clips into one file, please click "Merge" to undo parts joinning work or vice versa.
Tip 2: Click the "Adjust" button to head to the 'Crop Video' window, then you can crop video and set the zoom mode for the cropped video according to preference by click "Crop". You can set each value by moving the zoom frame to crop your movie video. Once setting done, please Click "OK" to apply cropping effects. What's more, there are four choices available for desired output aspect ratio of the cropped video, including Keep Original, Full Screen, 16:9 and 4:3.
Step 3 Start splitting WMV files
Now choose a format to save your split WMV videos. Here WMV is still set as the target format. So you'll see the split WMV files in the list with sequential name based on the original name. Finally click "Start" button to enable WMV files splitting. Also, you can set some video parameters like frame rate, resolution, bit rate etc by hitting the "Advanced settings" option. To find the new WMV file, just open the output folder according to the output path you've set.
Splitting, trimming and joining WMV video files can be done losslessly and very fast if you use good tools. If you are Windows user, why not simply use Windows Movie Maker? You might ask. Well, most users feedback us that they tried using Windows Movie Maker to remove ads from one of their TV recordings, but unfortunately after setting up the editing operations, it took another 30 minutes to process the file and even then the result was not so great.
In a word, good quality video splitters, trimmers and joiners like Dimo Video Converter Ultimate or its Mac version, which have the advantage of carrying the same codecs you have in your source video files, can usually perform their tasks more efficiently than an all purpose video editor and without the need to re-encode your source videos. They're generally quicker and easier to use for any of these basic video editing tasks.
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