I'm looking for some software that allows me to split a .ts file according to time.

For example, I'd like to split a file into two parts with the second part starting from 2:30 in the original .ts file.

Any suggestions?


I use TSSplitter and am quite satisfied with it.

TSSplitter is intended for splitting and joining large MPEG Transport Streams containing any kind of stream encoding, including MPEG2 and H.264 (*), to burn them to DVD. The advantage compared to other similar tools is that you can later join the files and get a file that's 100% like the origninal source file, so you get no klicks or image glitches on the join position, and you can for example re-seed the file via BitTorrent.

TSSplitter also lets you preview the beginning and ending of each partial file, so you can check that the file is not split in the middle of a sentence. You can select from different naming schemes for the partial files or make your own scheme.

  • Thank you for your reply, I googled this issue before I post here and I found this software but this asks for the sizes to split according to... not the time, is there anyway that I can do what I want using this software? – Aubada Taljo Aug 10 '10 at 17:43
  • ???? still waiting please – Aubada Taljo Aug 11 '10 at 8:38
  • is your file music file? video file? – Sephy Aug 11 '10 at 12:38
  • if it's music you can use visual mp3 splitter joiner. It works quite nicely. Sorry for TSSpliter, I was quite convinced that it worked for time splitting but after checking on mine I realized not. – Sephy Aug 11 '10 at 12:48
  • Actually it's a video file that's recorded from an HD TV channel, anyway TSSplitter works fine on my files according to size.. but I need it for time, thanks for your help anyway :) – Aubada Taljo Aug 13 '10 at 20:03

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