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Topic # 129426 15-Sep-2013 17:26
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Hi,

Is there a way to batch join MP4 files?  My Dad has a heap on his video camera that he wants to combine into the one file.

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Nick 

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  Reply # 895972 15-Sep-2013 17:35
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I'd probably be using something like mkvmerge
http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/111442-mkv-mp4-files-merge-into-single-file.html

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  Reply # 896049 15-Sep-2013 21:13
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FreeMake Video Converter.

Besides being the BEST free Video converter available for Windows, It is the best for creating one video file from several video files.

Available at: http://www.freemake.com/free_video_converter/

Only downside is that when installing it asks to install several extra's, however you can opt out from installing these as part of the install process.





 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 896078 15-Sep-2013 22:22
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I have only done this a couple of times.

I used MP4joiner, a freebie from http://www.mp4joiner.org


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