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  1. i have 5 parts of MPEG files from Different videos (video size is different)
    now i want to join that part and make a one big MPEG file any suggestions ?
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  2. I'm a MEGA Super Moderator Baldrick's Avatar
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    As the sizes are different must you reconvert. Add all mpgs in freemake video converter, choose join files at top right, convert to mpeg.
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  3. copy /b file1.mpg + file2.mpg + file3.mpg + file4.mpg + file5.mpg filebig.mpg

    simplest way and it should work quite well but if You want perfect then demux ES, change timestamps in each ES in way that there is full continuity, add binary as in my example, similar in audio, then create Program Stream
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    It wont work if the video size/resolution is different.
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  5. Originally Posted by pandy View Post
    copy /b file1.mpg + file2.mpg + file3.mpg + file4.mpg + file5.mpg filebig.mpg

    simplest way and it should work quite well but if You want perfect then demux ES, change timestamps in each ES in way that there is full continuity, add binary as in my example, similar in audio, then create Program Stream

    i can't get you,in which software man ?
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    It's from the command prompt(Run->cmd). BUT it wont work if the video size/resolution is different! All properties must be same then.
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  7. Originally Posted by Baldrick View Post
    It's from the command prompt(Run->cmd). BUT it wont work if the video size/resolution is different! All properties must be same then.
    Nope, it will work very fine even for mixed (SD/HD) content. To be honest every GOP can have different resolution and properties.
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    Well, maybe in some players like VLC but not all.
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  9. thanks for pandy to quick reply
    and mega thanks to Baldrick,
    my problem is solve i use the free make video converter(for size issue) & then use fast avi mpeg joiner 1.1.2
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  10. Originally Posted by Baldrick View Post
    Well, maybe in some players like VLC but not all.
    Well - it just mean that player is poor - MPEG closed GOP is all You need to decode sequence - lot of broadcasters can change resolution and parameters (for example signaled aspect ratio, quantization matrices etc.) dynamically in real time and decoder must follow those changes immediately (usually nearest VBLANK). You can have some issues when open GOP is used (B frames can be lost at beginning).
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  11. Originally Posted by ashe09 View Post
    thanks for pandy to quick reply
    and mega thanks to Baldrick,
    my problem is solve i use the free make video converter(for size issue) & then use fast avi mpeg joiner 1.1.2

    firstly try my method - it is fast (pure copy on HDD) and without recoding ie loosing quality - if it fails go for method described by Baldrick. GL
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    I just did a test. IT worked fine in VLC. But not in mpc,mpchc, wmp. Didn't know this. Thanks for info pandy!
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  13. Originally Posted by Baldrick View Post
    I just did a test. IT worked fine in VLC. But not in mpc,mpchc, wmp. Didn't know this. Thanks for info pandy!
    so from technical point of view - demuxing ES, modify GOP timestamps and no open GOP's (some B frames can be lost at the beginning), then binary add and remux - this should work ALWAYS (it is valid from MPEG point of view).
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