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    Video split for facebook or Youtube

    I am looking for a free app that will let me split a vacation video so I can post it to facebook and youtube. The video is 28 minutes which is too long for either of them. I have searched and not found one that will do the job for me. I can split the DVD itself or I have it converted to an MP4 file. Anyone have suggestions for free way to get this accomplished?

    I am using Windows 7 Ultimate at this time.

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    hiker, Welcome to the Lounge.

    Most video editing apps should be able to do this. Even Windows Live Movie Maker (part of Windows Live Essentials) will do this. Load the video, then begin editing out parts you will not include. Be sure to Save As a different name from the original so the original remains intact.
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    Hi hiker,

    Ted's suggestion of using Windows Live Movie Maker will work just fine for splitting your video. If you don't have WLMM downloaded, or don't want to, you may want to give iWisoft Video Converter a try. It is free, and will allow you to split your video into 2 parts, as well as convert it to different formats, including MP4. There are some tutorials on the site that may be helpful. Be aware that this app phones home when you launch it to look for a new version. This is benign; I've never had any problems from it doing so, but some computer users are uncomfortable concerning this type of activity.

    Good luck with your project!
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    Hi,

    You can use any video converter or video editing software to edit or convert the video as per your requirement. Try here for the best free video converting and editing tools.

    video converter

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    I use the FREE version of VideoPad Video Editor. It works great and very easy to use. http://www.nchsoftware.com/videopad/index.html

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