Ok, still somewhat OT, except that this is one of my primary reasons/activities with audacity at this stage, but, seems simplest way to actually split video clip into chunks is to in fact also use virtualDub, which is the same piece of software then use to replace soundTracks of video files as well. Stay well Jacob Kruger Blind Biker Skype: BlindZA '...fate had broken his body, but not his spirit...' ----- Original Message ----- From: Jacob Kruger To: audacity4blind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Thursday, June 27, 2013 9:39 AM Subject: [audacity4blind] Maybe OT: Video clipping/splitting software? Firstly, the primary reason am looking into this is since, if I try working on using audacity to match alignment of a narrated soundtrack with the audio of a video clip of something like a full on movie, then firstly it seems to put way too much of a processor overload on my PC, and also uses up a lot of hard drive space while processing alignment, and then using something like virtualDub to actually replace soundtrack of video itself, etc. Anyway, was thinking that since it's simple enough to then clip soundtrack files into somewhat shorter pieces - like 20 minutes long each - using audacity etc., it would be best/simplest to then firstly split video clip up into pieces itself, so that then when handling the part of the process to replace video clip soundtrack, I would also be working with smaller pieces, etc. Alternatively, suppose could split audio tracks up into pieces, work with them, and then use audacity to recombine them, but, that would also just add time, and possible mess-up steps to process, so thought might as well ask first if anyone knows of some or other usable, free software to in fact just do something simple, like split up a video clip into pieces? Have found a few that are meant to be able to do it, but, they're either not free, or their interfaces are rather unusable - like windows movie maker, for example. TIA Jacob Kruger Blind Biker Skype: BlindZA '...fate had broken his body, but not his spirit...'