The goal was to join 3 of those episodes (both audio and video) into ONE SINGLE STREAM for authoring and burning. My question is: When I choose the COPY mode in Avidemux for saving, is it truly saving both, audio and video AS-IS, or is it doing some type of re-encoding that I'm not aware of? (Not even a little - it doesn't smart render a few frames with MPEG2 even if you had performed edits) If you look at the speed when it's processing, that should give you another clue: Re-encoding would be much slower than stream copying Hi all! I tried to join them otherwise: opened 02, appended 01 - and it worked. ( i testes different files and is the same) This is right.
The resulting quality looks exactly the same but the window says "encoding" while it's saving. I've got Windows7, Avidemux 2.6.8., and a problem with joining videos. Encoding all the parts here takes 1h40, but the joining of the parts takes 20m.
I have videofile01 and videofile02, and i want to join them together. And takes this time because the parts are on a USB device.
Trying to watch Netflix in tandem with a friend or significant other across the country always seems like a good idea, but it can be frustrating.
Coordinating pressing play the first time is easy enough, but when you get up to get more popcorn, or you miss what someone was saying, it’s annoying to get back in sync.
Once you install Showgoers on Chrome, you select a 3D glasses graphic at the top right and click “Start a sync session.” The extension will then create a unique link, which you can send to as many friends as you want.
Once you’ve done that, you just click “Begin sync” and off you go.
I have 5 files the extensions are 1.mp4 2.mp4 3.mp4 4.mp4 and 5.mp4 I tried hjsplit to join it but i could not I have avidemux but I dont know is it possible throgh it or not or how?
plz help me thanks in advance Question: Are exact copies of your MPEG files guaranteed?Because although I pick copy for video and audio, when you're saving there's still an encoding process.Is this re-encoding or actually copying your exact file without re-encoding?Question: Are exact copies of your MPEG files guaranteed?NO software can join files without encoding if the file attributes are not identical.Can you guarantee that all of your files are identical in video bitrate, audio bitrate, and in every other specification?