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Looking for an AVI splitter but.....

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Hi, I'm looking for an avi splitter, freeware or otherwise. The specifications are pretty simple for what i want.
I'm more interested in looking for a 1-touch avi splitter that has direct stream copying (Considering my flick is XviD) so that i can keep the original stuff, dimensions, codec, quality, etc.

In other words, i have a flick that's about 60 mins long, but want to split it into 10 min intervals without having to do it manually. Ive already purchased "Ultra Video Splitter" and own VDUBMOD (Have to split manually with VDUB) but its not what i need in this case, but works none-the-less. It just doesn't give me the options (Ultra) to keep the current encoding, which lessens quality big time.
Any help will be appreciated.
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check out http://videohelp.com/
there are a bunch of options available. Depends on your needs.
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