Ubuntu Multimedia :: Split Files In Order To Burn Files Into Two Different Dvds

Jan 2, 2010

the VBO file that i want to burn into a dvd is around 7.9 gb. i want to know if it's possible to split them in order to burn the files into two diferent dvds.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: How To Split Mp3 Files

Oct 5, 2010

I want to split audio files at cirtain point in time.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Split Wav Files From The Command Line?

Apr 2, 2011

how to split wav files from the command line?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: How To Burn .mp4 Files To DVD

Jul 14, 2010

How do I burn .mp4 files to a DVD (+R or -R) so that I can watch them on a DVD player?I am using Ubuntu 10.4.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Cannot Burn AVI Files To DVD?

Dec 4, 2010

I've just bought a DVD player that supports Xvid format, so I can play my .avi files on it, but I cant get it to burn to a DVD. Would I just burn it as a data dvd? I don't want to turn it into .vob files after buying the dvd so it can specifically play the .avi files, really.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Burn AVI Files To DVD?

May 30, 2011

I have been searching the forum and elsewhere for advice on simply copying AVI files to DVD - no menus chapters etc just a simple copy.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: GUI Programs To Split A Video File Into Smaller Files?

Mar 26, 2010

What are the best GUI programs to split / chop a video file of 60 minutes into six 10 minute videos?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Chromium Cache Videos Split Into Data Files?

Aug 14, 2011

streaming videos i sometime want to save them, after watching. generally they're saved as flash videos or mpeg-4 video, which is all fine.however periodically they're split-up and saved in smaller chunks with names like data_1, data_2, data_3 etc. these range from 14.0 - 44.0 MB. the file in question (currently i'm trying to save from the cache) was from divxden, or possibly divxstage.eu either way i think it used the totem plugin.so, my question is: does anyone know if these files can be stuck back together, or if this feature can be changed so streamed files are kept intact?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Burn .m4a Files To Audio Cd ?

Jan 30, 2011

A friend of mine has downloaded an album from itunes for me because I could not do it from Ubuntu. Afterwards he sent me the files.

Is there any way I can burn these files to an audio CD from Ubuntu?

Also... Can I just put these .m4a files on a USB stick along with my .mp3`s and expect all car radios to be able to play them?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Cannot Burn MP3 Files To CD Using Bresaro Burner

May 3, 2010

I tried six different M3 files using Bresaro Burn to burn to a CD (audio cd) however, one of these files are able to burn to a disc with Bresaro application. I burned the same files using Windows Media Player on my xp desktop.

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OpenSUSE Multimedia :: Burn A DVD From An ISO But With Fewer Files?

May 31, 2011

I've got an iso of a bootable dvd. I can mount it and look at the files. I want to burn the iso to a new bootable DVD except I don't want all of the files on the original to go to the new DVD

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Unable To Burn Audio CD With Ogg Files Using GnomeBaker?

Apr 4, 2010

For the longest I have been unable to burn an audio CD that contains ogg files with GnomeBaker, and have always had to decode to wav manually. Well I'm tired of doing that, so want to get to the bottom of the problem. Upon adding an ogg file to the file list, the error I receive is:

"The plugin to handle a file of type audio/ogg is not installed." I have all the gstreamer0.10-plugins-[base|bad|good|ugly] packages installed. I can play an .ogg file with rhythmbox.

Using gconf-editor, /system/gstreamer/0.10/audio/profiles/cdlossy is "active" and the cdlossy profile is listed in /system/gstreamer/0.10/audio/global/profile_list At a loss on what I need to do.

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Debian Multimedia :: Possible To Burn Files From Network Share?

Jan 7, 2011

I'm trying to burn a DVD using k3b, and would like to access files from a shared network drive from a Windows machine. I can see the files in Nautilus from "Network Servers" and drilling down to the right directory, I can open the files no problem, but I can't get k3b to recognise them.

Firstly I can't navigate to the network drive from the file tree on the left in K3b.

If I drag and drop the files from Nautilus into k3b, it says "Problems while adding files to the project: No non-local files supported".

If I use Project -> Add Files I can then get to the network drives, but when I select and add the files it says "Remote files not accepted - You can only select local files".

In the end I had to copy all the files using Nautilus from the network share onto a USB stick, burn the DVD and then delete the files again. (I used the USB stick just to see if that counted as more "local" than a network share). Was there an easier / more efficient way to do this that I missed?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: VLC Wont Reproduce Files By Its Alphabetical Order?

Mar 24, 2010

This problem has been here for 2 months or so:

If I, in VLC, choose a folder with several mp4 or other multimedia format files, it will show em in the playlist in random order, definitively not alphabetical. that didnt use to happen before.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Cannot Properly Burn CDs And DVDs After Lucid Update

Jun 1, 2010

Since updating to Lucid I have not been able to properly burn DVDs and CDs. I have looked everywhere for a solution to this and have been able to get some functionality but not full functionality. I am using Brasero as I find it nice and easy to use. I read somewhere to get libburn4. Since I did that, I managed to Burn an Audio CD, and today I have managed to Burn an ISO of Ubuntu 10.04, so that is at least some function back.

I cannot burn Data CDs or DVDs. I have a few .avi files I wanted to burn on a Data Disc as burning as a movie to DVD means that I would have to waste loads of discs. I can't seem to burn any Data DVDs. To check that this wasn't just a dodgey blank disk I have tried burning data CDs using lots of albums on the CD. Still no luck. What seems to happen is that it generates a checksum then the box with estimated time remaining, write speed and progress comes up. It hangs for a minute then spits the disk out.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Lucid System Upgrade : Now Unable To Burn DVDs / Enable It?

May 3, 2010

Applied the Lucid Lynx 10.04 over the weekend.
Since then - I am unable to burn DVDs, although I can successfully read DVD's.
Everything worked fine before the upgrade.
Under Lucid Lynx I am able to burn CD's (both data files and .ISO) so it isn't the hardware.

I have tried Brasero and k3b as burners - they issue messages that the burner doesn't like the medium, which is standard DVD-R.
Bear in mind that I could burn similar DVDs *before* the upgrade...

Any help or suggestions on how to fix this please?

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Ubuntu :: Burning Split Tar.gz Files To DVD?

Feb 4, 2010

I am using rsync to create rotating snapshot style backups of my web files and sending them via SSH to a remote location in order to burn them for offsite storage. This is all working perfect. The remote machine is a Windows Server 2003 which has data that I combine with my web files before burning. I have cygwin installed on the remote server in order to archive and compress the entire backup using tar. (This is not a post about cygwin, I just thought I would mention it in case anyone was wondering how I was running Linux commands after transferring it to the Windows box). After compression, the backup is over 12gb. The next step in my process is to split this tar.gz file into smaller chunks in order to burn them to DVDs. I use dual layer DVDs which are 8.5gb storage size.

I also use cygwin to split the tar.gz into multiple 2gb files using the split command. When I burn them, I only put 3 files on each disk totaling 6gb to leave some padding in case this was a problem. The burn completes and says successful, although it errors out when in verification. I have tried this multiple times and it seems to fail verification at the same point every time which leads me to believe that it has something to do with the data. I have also done tests such as creating smaller backups with completely different data and brning that to a CD-R which worked fine, so I'm convinced this process can work, I just cant get it to work in the right situation. I have also tried burning one of the 7 split files to a dual DVD which also worked fine. I'm wondering if their is a chunk of data that is causing this problem in one of the other split files?

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Mar 2, 2011

I'm looking for a free alternative to split files into .partXX files. I know this can be accomplished through rar, but it's a shareware and I was wondering if there's a free alternative that accomplishes the same job.

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General :: How To Split Tar In Two Files

Feb 2, 2010

I'm trying to upload my tar'ed site to server but I have upload limit. My ftp program extracts tar after uploading it. How do I split this one tar into two so I could upload one tar and let it extract itself, and then upload second one and let it extract itself too?

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CentOS 5 :: Split Files Using Rar / Zip?

Jun 17, 2009

I have a file of +1 1GB in size. I want to split it in either 100MB rar files or 100MB zip files.

Anybody know what command I need for this?

Please keep it simple, I'm very new to linux. So I'm hoping somebody can give me a command in the lines of "blabla "put file name here" "put file size here" "put folder to rar/zip" here.

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Ubuntu :: How To Extract Split Compressed Files

Jun 24, 2010

im trying to reconstruct / extract a file that was too large to fit onto a floppy, used 7zip to create and split the file into multiple parts in tar.bzip format. this was done in windows. Then moved all the parts of the file to tiny linux on a really old laptop. no cd drive, no usb or network. so have to rely on floppy drive. i do know that reconstruction while extracting using commands is possible. but not working.tried tar -xMf file.tar.001 but nothing.

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Software :: PDF Convert/ Split To Files

Jun 14, 2010

I have one pdf file with 55 pages. I would like to reduce file size so

A. I would like to split it to several pdf with few pages each. Is that possible some how?

B. Also a good idea is to convert pdf file to some other file extension just to reduce file size.

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Software :: Tar Split Into Small Files?

Feb 7, 2011

Rather simple question, but is there a way to make an archive (simple tarball, no compression needed) out of a very large file and split it into parts? Basically I need a ~1GB file in 25MB pieces.

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Ubuntu :: Compress Files Or Create Split Archives?

Apr 25, 2010

i have noticed that if right click on many files types for instance iso files i don't have the option to store them in compress files at all i have one iso file now that i want to compress and split to three parts so i could upload it but as i said right click on the file don't helpbecause i don't have the option there so what can i do?

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Ubuntu :: Command To Split A File Into Multiple Files?

Nov 22, 2010

I have a log file on ubuntu 10.04 that has 500 lines of log data in it. What command could I use in a terminal to split the single 500-line file into generate ten files each with 50-lines of log files each?

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Ubuntu :: Can't Keep Putting Files In CD/DVDs

Oct 8, 2010

Whenever I put a few files into a blank CD or DVD, wether it's pictures, music, documents, whatever, and then I use it another day and try to put a few more files into it, Ubuntu won't let me. I used to be able to continue adding files to my CDs in XP, so I'm not sure if there's any way to do that with Ubuntu? It just shows the DVD as (for example) 1.4 GB used, 0 GB free.

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Fedora :: Split Files Into Several Equally In Rar Format?

Nov 7, 2009

I am used to upload files to the web and as I have very large divirlos in equal installments over the windows used winrar but not here?

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General :: Split A File Into Multiple Files Using AWK?

Aug 5, 2010

I have a file with 5 columns. Column 4 contains numbers.Is it possible to split the file into multiple files using a condition for the contents of column 4 i.e if column 4 contains a value between 0-10 then print the lines to a new file called less_than_10.txt

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CentOS 5 :: Join Files Split By Ffsj?

Apr 28, 2011

I am downloading a set of files that were split by a program called ffsj


The Fastest File Splitter and Joiner.

I have been googling it, but I am not finding anything that is telling me how I might join these files using my CentOS Linux. How can I join these files using CentOS?

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Ubuntu :: How To Burn Files To Dvd

May 2, 2011

Im trying to burn video ts files to dvd.. but cant install the software. as im not used to this command prompt stuff,and it just seems relentless with anything i try to install, im unsure what to do, or what might go wrong.



I think i'd rather just convert it to an .iso in my windows, then burn it on ubuntu with a .iso burner. can you recommend a good iso burner on ubuntu, that can be installed straight from the software center.

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