GSplit

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  • Version: 3.0.1
  • Publisher: www.gdgsoft.com
  • File Size: 1.47 MB
  • Date: Feb 12, 2009
  • License: Freeware
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Sometimes we need to split a large file into several small parts for some reasons, such as send them by email over the Internet; store them on some floppy disks and so on. So a powerful and easy to use file splitting tool is very necessary for us. Do you have the same requirements that I have mentioned above? Here I commend you a utility that can meet you need. That is Gsplit which was published by G.D.G. Software. With Gsplit we can split a large file into any sizes or parts as we want. Following is the detailed introduction of Gsplit.

GSplit is a powerful file splitter that lets us split our large files (like Self-Extracting and Zip archives, multimedia, song, music, picture, document files...) into a set of smaller files called pieces. These pieces are easier to: Copy to floppy or any removable media disks. Distribute over the Internet, networks. Send by email (forget attached file size restrictions imposed by some ISP, pop3, SMTP and other e-mail servers). Archive to Zip disk, CD, DVD, USB Flash drive and key, and any other storage support. Upload to host accounts, file delivery services, online file hosting sites... that have restrictions on file sizes. Share with friends, colleagues or other users through networks and the Internet. Exchange using Instant Messaging clients or Instant Messenger programs and so on.

The pieces can be easily combined, using the generated Self-Uniting Executable, that automatically restores the original file for us without requiring GUnite. In addition to the features of other standard file splitters, GSplit can: Create two types of pieces: disk spanned and blocked (specific size). We can enter the size for each piece file, the number of pieces we want to obtain, or the number of lines / occurrences of a pattern by piece. Generate small full-featured Self-Uniting programs to restore our split files professionally. They provide your users with an intuitive Windows interface whose appearance can be customized according to our needs.

GSplit is then not required in order to restore the split file. Store file properties and restore them: file date, attributes are not lost contrary to batch files. Perform fast checks to detect file corruption (size, offset, CRC32) and to give us the assurance that our files are successfully restored by our users. When a piece is corrupted, we are notified about it, so we just need to get a new copy of that piece, not the whole set. Split very large files (bigger than 4 GB). Customize piece files according to our needs (size, filenames, title, author...), leave additional space on disks, create pieces without headers (useful for text-based files like large server log files). Support splitting multiple files back-to-back in one time, include batch (automation) and command line options.

Work in our own language: Multilanguage support is available (English, French - Franšais...) for GSplit, GUnite and Self-Uniting programs. Split large text and similar files like large server log files by number of lines or occurrences of a specified pattern. Show us elapsed and estimated times during the splitting and uniting operations.

We can also pause/resume the splitting operation. Store settings into profiles and let us use these settings for different files, remember MRU files and folders, automatically try to find out the best splitting settings. Integrate Windows Explorer to let you split our files directly from the context menu. GSplit also includes advanced features like different splitting methods (blocked or spanned disks pieces), CRC32 checks (detects file corruption), splitting logs, keep file information, create specific pieces with your own names and shell integration.

Use this to split your large files into a set of smaller pieces for copying and sharing. GSplit is a powerful file splitter that lets you split your large files (like Self-Extracting and Zip archives, multimedia, song, music, picture, document files...) into a set of smaller files called pieces. These pieces are easier to copy to floppies, distribute over the Internet or through E-mail, share with friends or colleagues, archive to Zip disks or CDs. The pieces can be easily combined, using the generated Self-Uniting Executable, that automatically restores the original file for you without requiring GUnite. GSplit also includes advanced features like different splitting methods (blocked or spanned disks pieces), CRC32 checks (detects file corruption), splitting logs, keep file information, create specific pieces with your own names and shell integration,

These pieces are easier to:
1. copy to floppy or any removable media disks.
2. distribute over the Internet, networks.
3. send by email (forget attached file size restrictions imposed by some ISP, pop3, SMTP and other e-mail servers).
4. archive to CD, DVD, USB Flash drive and key, Zip disk, and any other storage device.
5. upload to host accounts, file delivery services, online file hosting sites... that have restrictions on file sizes.
6. share with friends, colleagues or other users through networks and the Internet.
7. exchange using Instant Messaging clients or Instant Messenger programs...

In addition to the features of other standard file splitters, GSplit can:
1. Let you select from two basic file splitting options: disk spanned (split into a set of files varying in size auto-calculated by GSplit based on available free disk space and saved immediately to spannable removable disks) or blocked (split into a set of same sized split files). You may enter the size for each piece file, the number of pieces you want to obtain, or the number of lines/occurrences of a pattern by piece.
2. Make pieces Self-Uniting: GSplit creates a small stand-alone executable file that will put all of the pieces back together. This executable provides your users with an intuitive Windows interface whose appearance can be customized according to your needs. GSplit is then not required in order to restore the split file.
3. Store file properties like file dates and attributes, and restore them contrary to batch files.
4. Perform fast checks (size, offset, CRC32) in order to detect file corruption and to give you the assurance that your files are successfully restored by your users. When a piece is corrupted, you are notified about it, so you just need to get a new copy of that piece, not the whole set.
5. Split very large files, bigger than 4 GB.
6. Customize piece files according to your needs (size, filenames, title, author...), leave additional space on disks, create pieces without tags or with custom headers (useful for text-based files like large server log or CSV files).
7. Support splitting multiple files back-to-back in one time.
8. A portable edition is available with no required installation.
9. Include batch (automation) and command line options: GSplit can work as a daemon.
10. Work in your own language: multilanguage support is available (English, French - Fran ais...) for GSplit, GUnite and Self-Uniting programs.
11. Split large text and similar files like large server logs and other CSV files by number of lines or occurrences of a specified pattern. Optionally insert headers into each piece file.
12. Show you elapsed and estimated times while splitting and uniting files. You can also pause/resume the splitting operation.
13. Keep settings into profiles and let you use these settings for different files, remember MRU files and folders, automatically try to find out the best splitting settings...
14. Integrate Windows Explorer to let you split your files directly from the context menu.
15. Work on all Windows versions, including Windows Vista.

The license of this software is Freeware, you can free download and free use this file splitter software.

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