Join flv files

mencoder -forceidx -of lavf -oac copy -ovc copy -o output.flv clip1.flv clip2.flv clip3.flv

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By: anhpht
2010-08-27 07:14:44

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What Others Think

Use mp3 encode for audio in output: mencoder -forceidx -of lavf -oac mp3lame -ovc copy -o output.flv TQ-5clip*.flv
anhpht · 407 weeks and 3 days ago

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