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  1. So I have multiple videos that I want to merge but the problem is they have different start times. Meaning that one ends after the first one begins. So my videos look like this:

    Video 1: 0:00-1:05
    Video 2: 1:02-2:00
    Video 3: 1:55-3:04
    Video 4: 3:03-3:50

    So as you can see all the videos start seconds before the other ends. I want to merge these so that it removes all the duplicate times (such as 1:02-1:05 in video 1, 1:55-2:00 in video 2) and so on. Is there any program that can match and merge two videos based on when the frames meet or something to accomplish this so there is just one video that goes from 0:00-3:50 without overlapping and going back a few seconds every minute?
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  2. Originally Posted by Chibears85 View Post
    Is there any program that can match and merge two videos based on when the frames meet or something to accomplish this so there is just one video that goes from 0:00-3:50 without overlapping and going back a few seconds every minute?
    AviSynth and its trim command. Trim uses only what you specify and then you can join them all together using an aligned splice.

    http://avisynth.nl/index.php/Trim

    http://avisynth.nl/index.php/Splice

    This assumes you'll be reencoding. If not, you'll run into problems with GOPs and not being able to cut on any frame you want. Unless you use a program that can smart render (VDub, for example) and then the kind of video you have might become important.
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  3. Originally Posted by manono View Post
    Originally Posted by Chibears85 View Post
    Is there any program that can match and merge two videos based on when the frames meet or something to accomplish this so there is just one video that goes from 0:00-3:50 without overlapping and going back a few seconds every minute?
    AviSynth and its trim command. Trim uses only what you specify and then you can join them all together using an aligned splice.

    http://avisynth.nl/index.php/Trim

    http://avisynth.nl/index.php/Splice

    This assumes you'll be reencoding. If not, you'll run into problems with GOPs and not being able to cut on any frame you want. Unless you use a program that can smart render (VDub, for example) and then the kind of video you have might become important.
    Will I have to manually find where the video has to be cut frame by frame or does it do that automatically?
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  4. There's nothing automatic about it. And I daresay no program, no matter how expensive, is capable of removing the excess and joining together your video pieces into a single long video automatically.
    Last edited by manono; 3rd Aug 2015 at 00:27.
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