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Here is the one line solution: ffmpeg -i input.mp4 -c copy -map 0 -segment_time 8 -f segment output%03d.mp4 Please note that this does not give you accurate splits, but should fit your needs.
LanceBaynes asked much the same question and received a number of good answers: What software is out there to help me convert to AVI from DVD? Three utility programs are suggested: handbrake OGMrip acidrip
An iso file of 4.7GB is no video file, but a DVD Image file. You should be able to mount the iso mount -o loop ISOFILE MOUNTPOINT You will still have to extract the AV Information, that is organized in chapters on a DVD and create a video stream from that. It will be some research and work, but the best results can be achieved with avconv.
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