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    Hello Readers,


    If you want to break a large video into the two or more smaller clips without using re-encoding, just now ffmpeg can help you for the same.


    Most of the hosting servers only provides for a certain dimensions regarding data file to be uploaded. In order to get over this trouble, you need to use the split command which will breakup big video data file into smaller size. and that is:


    ffmpeg -i yourvideoname.mp4 -t 00:00:49 -c copy part1.mp4 -ss 00:00:49 -codec copy part2.mp4
    


    In the following command:
    1.) codac -t 00:00:49 denotes an specific part that's created from the start of the video to the 49th second of video clip.

    2.) codac -ss 00:00:49 shows starting time stamp for the video. It means that the 2nd part will start from the 49th second and it will continue up to the end of the original video file.


    Thanks


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