Replay Media Splitter is a software application specialized in extracting or removing portions from your audio and video files in order to be able to capture your exact favorite parts.

The GUI looks well organized and allows you to drag and drop videos and audio files directly in the main window. The tool works with several file formats, such as AVI, WMV, ASF, WMA, MP3, MOV, MP4, and MKV.

Thanks to the integrated player, you can easily watch clips or listen to songs. You may start, pause, or stop the current selection, jump to the next or previous frame, go to a certain frame, adjust the volume, and view information about the input file (name, duration, byte size, video and audio codec) and output item (e.g. size, selection).

A preview of the frames is offered via thumbnails, and you can also check out an audio waveform. You may take snapshots of the current frame and export them to JPEG file format. An online help manual can be accessed in case you need extra help with the configuration settings.

Replay Media Splitter offers you the possibility to add markers via a built-in timeline in order to split your files into segments. You may save the segments to WMA or WMV file format.

What’s more, you are allowed to undo or redo your actions, remove the selected marker or clear all markers with a single click, cut out the selected fragment, set audio silence, calculate the size of the output file, as well as slice files into fragments by duration, size, or equal parts. When it comes to splicing options, you may export the audio or video streams to AVI, ASF, or MP3 file format.

Other notable options worth being mentioned enable you to join multiple files into a single item, work with a time calculator, enable logs, reassign hotkeys for all sorts of actions (e.g. add marker, calculate file size, clear all markers, start trimming), configure codecs, tweak file naming rules, choose the saving directory, and save the configuration settings to a file on your computer so you can import them in the future.

Tests have pointed out that Replay Media Splitter carries out a task quickly and provides very good output results. It eats up from a low up to a moderate amount of CPU and memory resources.

All in all, Replay Media Splitter comes bundled with useful options for helping you split or trim video/audio files. However, the GUI cannot be characterized as highly intuitive so you may need extra time to decode all the configuration settings.