sticking 20 small vids together?

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  1. one1 macrumors 65816

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    I have a compilation of 20 vids I broke up to make sectioning uploads easier that make a single long video. Now that I have swapped HD's and Dl'ed them back down, I need to stitch them back into a single vid. They are in quicktime (.mov) format right now. What app can I use to stitch them together into one vid again with one click?
     
  2. avingochea macrumors member

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    You can use visualhub. That program costs money but its well worth it. They have a free app, but I can't remember what its called... You can google thaat part, but yeah give visualhub a try. or look up the creaters of it and then just find the free one that way.
     
  3. boast macrumors 65816

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    imovie...

    oh, one click. nm.

    I'm sure you can with mplayer. Just have to know how to work the CLI. Guess that isn't one click either.

    nm this post. -.-
     
  4. one1 thread starter macrumors 65816

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    AHH I forgot that! I love my Visi app. One click stitching at it's finest. Now I need to see if I can do it without converting it in any other way. I'll get it from here, thanks! :)
     
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  7. icarusbkm macrumors newbie

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    Try MPEG Streamclip

    Its free and its fairly fast. It works with many formats including .mov files.
    I would suggest the "Fix Timecode Break" feature when stitching multiple files at Edit>Fix Timecode Break after dragging all the files into the main box, then just click save or save as. Transcoding takes a bit longer, especially when switching between .mov and high quality h264 avi's. I always thought this program worked pretty seamlessly. I use it more than Quicktime Pro, which is not free. See more www.squared5.com Good luck! :apple:
     

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