I've read multiple places online that it's possible to merge .m4v files in Quicktime, but nobody has really posted any clear instructions, at least not that I've been able to find so far. My problem is that I have a few movies/mini-series DVDs that I'd like to add to iTunes, but they are split across multiple titles if not multiple DVDs. Handbrake does not provide a way to merge during the rip and they state they have no intention of adding this feature in any upcoming releases. The whole point of ripping in .m4v is to have chapter markers, so I'd like to combine multiple files into one .m4v that preserves quality and chapter titles. I really don't want to merge them and have to go in and manually mark the chapters in Quicktime; the one time I tried this it was a horrible nuisance and insanely difficult. Can anyone help me with the steps to do this, or even another app that does it for you?