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I downloaded a TV season on iTunes (.m4v files), however the files are clustered into 3 episodes each. I'd like to chop these up so that each episode is in it's own file. Googling around a while didn't provide any promising leads.

What's the easiest way to split these files up?

Update: Yes, the files are DRM'd.

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You may not be able to if you bought them from iTunes store as they will possibly be DRM'd – Shevek Apr 13 '10 at 8:45
Even still, there has to be a way to split the files though, right? – user16511 Apr 13 '10 at 22:03
I doubt that you will be able to split the files while leaving the DRM intact. – Miles Erickson Apr 22 '10 at 19:21
Is there no free software capable of stripping the DRM? – user16511 Apr 23 '10 at 2:13
up vote 4 down vote accepted

Not really the most user friendly software, but SUPER can do the job, and it's free.

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"Not the most user friendly" might just win understatement of the year... but as the only option, to the victor goes the spoils. – user16511 Apr 28 '10 at 2:55
@Chris: Cheers! Yeps, from the looks of it, the UI seems like it's "designed" by a coder ;-) – fretje Apr 28 '10 at 9:32

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