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splitting an avi file so that it fits on 2 or more vcds

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hi i have a 311MB video file. Its an hour and a half long. I want to put it onto VCD but the file is too long apparently it says when I try to burn the VCD. Some one told me I need to use a spanning program? is this true and if so is there a free one on the internet? Thanks.
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Question by:dogland
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by:spiderfix
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TMPGenc will split *.avi
http://www.tmpgenc.net/e_main.html

In the menu under
File
MPEG Tools...
Merge & Cut(tab)
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I use the power producer from cyber link.
It easily fits a 350 Meg file onto a VCD
http://www.gocyberlink.com/english/download/download.jsp

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TMPGenc is free
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