How To Fix Split Output File?
Are you getting a split output file after conversion? Find out why and how you can easily fix it.
As you may have noticed, there are times that you might end up with 2 or more output files when you convert a DVD with Free DVD Ripper or when converting a large video file input using Free Video Converter and you don’t really understand why this is happening or how you can fix it. Hence, we hope that you will find this article useful.
Why am I getting a split output file?
Allow us to explain why we included the “Split Output File Size” feature (exclusive to Free DVD Ripper and Free Video Converter software). This feature was added to maintain the integrity or the video quality of the converted file because more often than not, the video quality is degraded during conversion regardless of which file format you want to convert it to.
How to avoid getting a split output file?
First, click the < … > symbol beside the “Profile” drop down box to open the “Audio/Video Output Settings” window. Kindly refer to images below
A. As seen on Free Video Converter
B. As seen on Free DVD Ripper
Below are the ways on how you can avoid getting a split output file.
1. From the Audio/Video Output Settings window — Advanced Video Options, from the “Split Output File Size” category you can change the value from 1024000 to 2048000 or 4096000.
Note: Proceed below only if option 1 does not fix the problem.
2. From the Audio/Video Output Settings window — Video Options, you may change the value of the Video Bitrate. You can set it to 1000 or 768.
3. Next, you can also reduce the Frame Rate to 25 or 23.976
4. Finally you may then select a smaller video size prior to conversion. However, this step will greatly affect the video quality of the output file, so we recommend that you only do this if options 1, 2 and 3 fails to address your concern.