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    I have a Panasonic AVCHD camcorder that records AVCHD and the Panasonic utility for anything close to editing is absolute crap, something called AVCCAM Viewer. Not only it doesn't provide a way to join files together to an AVCHD DVD (only to a BD), but when I tried to select a few files to burn a BD-RE of around 4 GB so that then I could copy the structure to a DVD and play that, it crashes, both in Windows 7 and in a fresh install of Vista x86.

    I tried TSMuxer but it only lets you join the files one by one, so when I have dozens of takes, this is a tedious process. VideoRedo just released a beta of TV Suite 4 but I tried it and it doesn't work.

    MultiAVCHD produces an AVCHD DVD that plays, but after each take it pauses for a few seconds, so it's not ideal.

    Is there any utility where you can just throw a few dozen m2ts files and it will produce either a blu-ray structure or at least a joined m2ts without any re-encoding?
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    You can drag multiple files into the Tsmuxer window - no need to use the "Add" button

    There's also this utility - never tried it, though

    mtsmerger_1_0_0_2.zip
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    Originally Posted by Soopafresh
    You can drag multiple files into the Tsmuxer window - no need to use the "Add" button

    There's also this utility - never tried it, though

    mtsmerger_1_0_0_2.zip
    If you drag multiple files to the TSMuxer window only one file is loaded. I just tried it.

    As for the other tool, the author states that "It was written in a hurry and might not be finished yet, but it seems to work to some degree." so I don't think it would be safe to try it.
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    Check it out. You have to add the first one by itself, then multiple choose the additional ones and drag them onto the join button





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    Originally Posted by Soopafresh
    Check it out. You have to add the first one by itself, then multiple choose the additional ones and drag them onto the join button
    Thanks, I didn't know that.

    Still, I would really like to find any frame cutter for AVCHD files that works as good as VideoRedo does for MPEG2 files. Hopefully VideoRedo 4 will get better in the future.
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