From Videocharge software
The VideoCharge product is intended for quick, easy, and simple processing of one or several Video, Audio, or Image files! VideoCharge is a full-range editor, which allows users to perform practically any operations with incoming files such as splitting files up into several scenes, merging several files into a single file, cutting scene(s) out of video files, creating video file(s) based on selected scene(s), creating thumbnails for video files in manual or automatic mode, addition Watermark to movie(s) or thumbnail(s), solving Interlaced Video problem. VideoCharge includes enhanced DVD Ripper and DVD Player, which are intended, except processing DVD contents, to play and convert Mpeg2, VOB files (.vob), and also to work with groups of VOB files, using index information from IFO files.
VideoCharge allows users to produce video files with effect of 25th frame. VideoCharge is the best application among similar ones to create Video galleries, representing an ability to upload generated files to FTP servers. It also supports work with command-line. VideoCharge includes a complete Help system and Wizard, which makes your work with VideoCharge simpler, even if you don't have special knowledge! VideoCharge supports formats such as AVI (DivX, XVid and its), Mpeg - 1/2 (SVCD, VCD), WMV (WMA, ASF), MOV, RM, JPEG, GIF, PNG, BMP, TIFF, Mp3, WAVE.
Splitting files into parts
VideoCharge enables to split video and audio files into parts:
* Split video by time.
This mode implies splitting video or audio file into parts of equal duration. Duration can be set in seconds, milliseconds or frames. The last part of processed file most probably will have lesser duration - its creation can be enabled or disabled at user's discretion.
* Split video by size.
The present mode implies splitting video or audio file into parts of specified size. Size can be set in KiloBytes or MegaBytes.
* Split video into equal parts.
The given mode implies splitting video or audio file into specified number of parts of equal duration. Duration of each part equals duration of the original file divided by the specified number of parts.
* Split video by scene.
This mode implies splitting video or audio file into component scenes. Unique scenes are determined by means of motion analysis of every frame or by appearance of curtain (completely black frame).
VideoCharge includes flexible mechanism of creation of the produced file name. Name of produced file can include variables that hold original file name, name of the original file's parent folder, sequence number of the produced file, etc.
Built-in Editor provides ability to preview all files that will be produced before splitting and exclude needless files from processing, if any. This enables to save time, since some of the produced files may be found irrelevant later.
# Joining several files into a single one