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Join avi files

Terminal - Join avi files
cat b1.avi b2.avi b3.avi b4.avi b5.avi b6.avi b7.avi > output.avi; mencoder -forceidx -oac copy -ovc copy output.avi -o output_final.avi; rm output.avi
2010-08-27 13:47:12
User: anhpht
Functions: cat rm
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Join avi files

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b8.avi b9.avi b10.avi b11.avi ...

Comment by RanyAlbeg 253 weeks and 2 days ago

Want to join multiple AVI files - maybe download from popular video sharing website like YouTube, or get from your family, friends and clients or recorded by cameras - into one? Still dig around hard to seek a way to merge AVI files while keep the source files format or as well as convert AVI to other video formats? The following article introduces two methods to join AVI files with http://www.faasoft.com/articles/avi-joiner.html

Method One: Merge AVI files into one without re-encoding

Method Two: Combine AVI files into a bigger one with re-encoding

Comment by traiseey 3 weeks ago

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