With large files, sometimes it’s easier handling them split into many smaller files. In order to rejoin the files one typically uses a file joining program. I came across two that could possibly perform file joins: MacHacha and Split & Concat.
Turns out that MacHacha has some issues, perhaps related to Leopard, as after reaching the last file of a 75 part file series, it simply hung on searching for the next part (which didn’t exist).
Split & Concat on the other hand, handled the files without issue and has the option of specifying the output directory though the Options button before the start of a join session.
My vote goes to Split & Concat for file joining software on Mac OS X.
hey, thanks for the tutorial. i’ve tried what you’ve done. everytime i try to concat/join the file i got a new file. when i open the new file it only contains the first file and the other files that got .002 etc is not in it, so its not joined, what should i do? please help 🙂
yeah… same problem here… but when i try to concat the file, it says not enough disk space. pls help… thanks
@needhelp mine is doing the same thing, at first. Check the file info if and look at the file name if it has different name as other.