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|HJSPLIT; Need help in joining the files together|
|Topic Started: May 13 2011, 06:48 PM (225 Views)|
|NANs2_||May 13 2011, 06:48 PM Post #1|
How to use HJSPLIT
Many files are too large to be uploaded in their original form, so HJSplit is use to split them into smaller, easier to manage parts. These smaller parts then become file types 001, .002, .003, etc.
Make sure you save these files correctly. Usually they save automatically the right way, but every once in a while windows trys to save the .001 file as a default media file and it screws up all the files in that particular episode and they can't be rejoined. So it's really important to look at how your computer is saving the .001 file.
Once you've downloaded these files, you need to rejoin them back into their original larger form in order to watch them. To do this, you need have HJSplit installed. It can be found here.
To rejoin the files:
-click "imput file"
-select the file you wish to join (only the .001 files will show up...HJSplit will automatically select the coresponding .002, .003 etc. files)
-once the joining of the files is completed, you are then able to view the video.
(Once the files are rejoined into a complete episode, you can go back and delete the old .001, 002, .003 etc files.)
Edited by sfuza14, May 13 2011, 10:43 PM.
|Aug 27 2011, 04:16 PM Post #2|
|do you happen to know what can i use to join a video on mac?|
|liangzboy||Jan 16 2012, 04:33 AM Post #3|
FYI for Mac users HJsplit can also be used. Link = HJSplit4Mac
i know this is a very old thread but just in case ;D
|linda_czech||Jan 27 2012, 02:40 AM Post #4|
|thank you very much for help <3 I was using that program waaaaay in past and I kinda forget how to use it But now I'm saved|
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