I've downloaded a movie that I want to watch on my TV, but I can't write it to the DVD because it's too large. It is 6.90 GB, but I need it to be 4.5 at most. When downloading the movie, I got many .rar files that I had to extract. Is there any way I can split the extracted movie into 2 parts, so I can write one half on one DVD and the other on another DVD, or do anything with it, so it fits on the disk. I am using KMPlayer and VLC media player if that helps. The file is 1:51:01 hours long. (1hour 51mins and 1 second
Don't ask me why I downloaded such a large file. It's because I couldn't find the movie anywhere else and had to download the huge one.
P.S. I don't want to download any extra software.
P.P.S. It was originally a .mkv file, but is it ok, if I renamed it into .avi, because that is the format I always write the movies onto DVDs in. Will an mkv file still work on the TV, or will I need to change it to .avi?
Edited by scorpia13, 16 August 2011 - 11:43 PM.