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You can also use -f segment with ffmpeg: ffmpeg -i input.mp4 -c copy -f segment -segment_time 300 -reset_timestamps 1 %03d.mp4 -c copy disables re-encoding video and audio, like -vcodec copy -acodec copy. -reset_timestamps 1 makes each segment start with a near-zero timestamp.
Split a video with VLC from the command line Open Terminal and run the following script: It determines the length of the original file and splits it into 2 min intervals. You can change this by changing the $interval variable, which is in seconds. You will also need to change the $filename variable to whatever file you want to split. #!/bin/bash ...
⌘-click on all the pictures that you want to adjust the timing of in the timeline. Go to Window → Show Adjustments Bar or press 3. Select the info button on the adjustments bar. Enter the duration into the box on the right and press Enter. This will change the duration of all the selected clips (or in this case, pictures).
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