Merger is a Mac OS X application that allows you to recombine split binaries. This is useful for files you might find on usenet (like the ones you might find named “file.divx.001″, “file.divx.002″, “file.divx.003″, etc).
What Merger isn’t for is to combine separate files that weren’t split to begin with – such as combining two separate MP3 files into a longer song or two video clips into one clip.
Merger doesn’t do anything unbelievably exciting, but it does the job it promises to and it’s free. What more could you ask for?
The Merger tour will give you a more in-depth look at Merger’s functionality. Unfortunately, we have been so busy working on gBrowser and other aspects of our new website that we have not gotten around to creating the tour!
If you’re interested, you can still download Merger and give it a try!
Read what Versiontracker users had to say about previous versions:
“Excellent! I am a registered Rosetta user, but this is an excellent utlity, and with D&D support, it is the best at this task.”
- Pale Rider (★★★★★)
- seamusMoon (★★★★★)