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Old 1 Oct 2004, 09:45 AM   #1
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I need to reunite 2 consecutive movies as if it was the same movie, I'm very extreme at continuing from the perfect frame so recommend me a good program. I used the joiner from tmpegenc but the final mpg didn't have any foward capabilities, like if it was unindexed.
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"I used the joiner from tmpegenc but the final mpg didn't have any foward capabilities"

Are you referring to the "Merge & Cut" function or something else?
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Old 2 Oct 2004, 05:29 PM   #3
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yes it happened to me as well, please recommend me something you know it works.
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Old 3 Oct 2004, 01:10 AM   #4
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"recommend me something you know it works."

There is a program called "AVSVideoConverter" that does a good job of joining mpegs.
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"recommend me something you know it works."

There is a program called "AVSVideoConverter" that does a good job of joining mpegs.
as far as I saw, it only converts to.
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"as far as I saw, it only converts to."

You are mistaken. The program "Converts" as well as "Joins" different video formats.
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Old 4 Oct 2004, 06:41 AM   #7
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Quote:
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"as far as I saw, it only converts to."

You are mistaken. The program "Converts" as well as "Joins" different video formats.
Show me how to do it, In Detail..
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"Show me how to do it, In Detail.."

Open AVSVideoConverter, and then do the following:

1. Click the "To Mpeg" icon. Under the "MPEG Profile" dropdown menu, select the desired profile.

2. Click the "Browse" button at the right and navigate to the folder on your HD and add the first mpeg file to be joined.

3. You will now see two up/down arrows and a plus/minus set of buttons that will appear under the "Browse" button. Click the "Plus" button repeatedly to keep adding files to be joined.

4. Once you have added all the files you wish to be joined, click the "Convert" button at the bottom left of the dialog box. You're done.

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[B]"Show me how to do it, In Detail.."

Open AVSVideoConverter, and then do the following:

1. Click the "To Mpeg" icon. Under the "MPEG Profile" dropdown menu, select the desired profile.
But, would that reencode my mpgs? or just join them as videoredo?
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Having fun on this one? ;>}
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Having fun on this one? ;>}
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"Having fun on this one? ;>}"

I'm always having fun...
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