|Nov 17, 2012, 01:15 PM||#1|
How to join or split AVI videos without re-encoding?
Googling for how to do this on OS X (I have Snow Leopard) turned up some suggestions to try AVITools, which I downloaded. However when I take an AVI file straight off my camera card and open it in AVITools it tells me "could not identify video track".
I'm not wedded to AVITools if there's another option out there. Is it better for me to spend some time trying to troubleshoot this specific problem, or should I look for something else? I'm not sure.
Do any of you have an easy way to join or split AVI videos on OS X?
(I understand that to do this the videos inside the AVI files would need to be the same format, but I want this to work with videos that are all from the same camera so that's not a problem)
Last edited by cos.; Nov 17, 2012 at 01:33 PM.
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