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  1. I have a bunch of small DV files that I wish to join together. Does anyone know a simple way to do this with one command or tool so that I don't have to join them manually?
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  2. Prob Avisynth!
    Keep going till you get it right!!!
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  3. Always Watching guns1inger's Avatar
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    You can append them in virtualdub, then output using DirectStreamCopy mode so you don't have to re-encode.
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  4. Anyone knows how to write such a batch script for Avisynth that doesn't involve typing each filename?

    I don't think you can select multiple files to append in VirtualDub, that's why I asked.
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    If you use avisynth then you will have to re-encode all of them, costing you some degree of quality loss.
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    Originally Posted by shun
    I don't think you can select multiple files to append in VirtualDub, that's why I asked.
    If you rename the files so that they are sequential (ie. file001.avi, file002.avi .... and so on) then the append will iterate through until the end.
    If in doubt, Google it.
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  7. Originally Posted by jimmalenko
    Originally Posted by shun
    I don't think you can select multiple files to append in VirtualDub, that's why I asked.
    If you rename the files so that they are sequential (ie. file001.avi, file002.avi .... and so on) then the append will iterate through until the end.
    That worked, thanks!
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    If you need to do this often, you can use a file renamer such as this: http://www.download.com/3000-2248_4-10703208.html That speeds up the process when you need sequential file names for joining.
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