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Cut an .mp4 in half?


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Just wondering if there are any free programs that would allow me to cut an .mp4 file in half? I had a program that could do it on my PC, but I can't remember what it's called or if it would work on the mac.

Edit: Sorry, forgot to add that it's a video file, not an audio file.
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Try Audacity.

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Quicktime or imovie will both do what you want
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Try Audacity.
I went to the website, is it only for audio files? Because the file I'm trying to cut in half is a video file. Sorry for not being specific.
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Quicktime or imovie will both do what you want
Don't you have to buy Quicktime Pro? And the file I'm trying to cut is pretty long, it said it would take 400 minutes to load into iMovie..
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I went to the website, is it only for audio files? Because the file I'm trying to cut in half is a video file. Sorry for not being specific.
Ah sorry.

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