It does. Just drag the first video in the app, then, double-click it in the list, select the Video Joining tab (fourth) and drag the additional, to-be-joined videos there in the order you want to join them.this? http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/ivi/id402279089?mt=12
does it support merging without reencoding? The description doesn't say right out. thanks
Strange. Try joining using MP4Tools - see http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1477358I've followed the directions but all the thing does is convert the first m4v filed into a giant mov file that won't play in quicktime or itunes.
It's been a while since I posted that but IIRC, that process does not add chapters based on the number of clips but keeps the chapter data already contained within the files in tact.I tried the above instructions with a series of small clips hoping I'd get 1 file with each clip as a different chapter.
No dice. One big chapter.
The file did work, however, and was great quality.
Also, for ATV videos, you usually want two audio tracks -the stereo and the surround - which affords some flexibility if you move the file to iDevices or Airplay it to certain setups. I couldn't get the stereo track, which was included in all of the clips, to work on the compiled file... but that may have been my fault along the way.
I will try it.It does. Just drag the first video in the app, then, double-click it in the list, select the Video Joining tab (fourth) and drag the additional, to-be-joined videos there in the order you want to join them.
If the videos are in the same format + resolution + fps, they will be joined without (!!!) recompression and VERY quickly.