Ripped movie in 2 pieces. How to put together?

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    Kamera RAWr

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    I hope this is the appropriate place for me to ask this question. I ripped a movie that had to be ripped in 2 parts. How would it be possible for me to put them together so when I watch it, its the full length without interruption? Any help is greatly appreciated :)
     
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    iMovie won't work. It doesn't work with DVD media files. I've tried to find this out myself. I had two personal made DVDs and tried to combine them into one. Never did figure out how.
     
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    iMovie will work just fine. Note that the OP stated that he had ripped the DVD ... so as long as you rip to the proper format for iMovie.

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    I'm not sure about this but I thought there was an app. (sizzle) that could "join" your files together. Try this link as well: http://forum.videohelp.com/topic219112.html#1173269
    I also thought there was a join feature in Toast but I'm not sure about that since I never had to do what you're looking for.
    Good luck :)
     
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    Yea DVD2one will work, but if it isn't a Video_TS folder you will first have to convert it with ffmpegX ;)
     

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