Split and Join

Split a large file of any type into smaller pieces, making it easy to distribute on CD-ROMs, the Internet, or in e-mail attachments.

"Split" Usage: Right-click the file you want to split and choose Split from the Split and Join submenu. Now, all you have to do is choose the size of the pieces, ranging from floppy to CD-ROM, as well as set sizes of 1, 5 and 10 megabytes. If you really want to be unique, you can type in any custom size you desire (in bytes). The pieces will be created and placed at the same level as the file, named after the original file with "ffsX" extension where X is the piece number. The original file will not be removed or altered in any way.

Join is used to put the pieces back together.

"Join" Usage: Simply select the pieces of a file you just split before, and choose Join from the Split and Join submenu. The joined file will be created at the same level as its pieces. The file’s name will not be changed and the pieces will not be removed or altered in any way.

Possible Scenario: You’ve just made a cool image album of your trip to Thailand using FilerFrog. You can’t wait to show the album to your friends but there’s a problem. E-mail attachments are limited to 5 megabytes in size and your album is larger than that. Split will help solve your size limit barrier! Split the file into 5 megabytes pieces and e-mail them to your friends. Now when your friends receive the e-mail, all they have to do is put the pieces together using Join and they can start getting jealous of the amazing time you had in Thailand!