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    how to add 3 video parts to a single video
    I have downloaded 3 parts of movie from daily motion
    and try to join with AviDemux. but the result is not fair.
    it only join 2 parts of video and 3rd part video is not view but audio is present

    say me about any other programme
    that join all types of video without encoding
    Also try yamb , mp4box , mkvmerge,
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    And all fails? Or create an unwatchable mp4 or mkv?

    Has all mp4s same video properties? Check with mediainfo. Frame size/resolution, frame rate and video and audio codec.

    The third part might be corrupt.
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    Thanks for replay
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    Yes , all videos has same properties
    all video downloaded from dailymotion in 480p
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    I would guess the third part has some problems then. Try add it in mkvtoolnix and make a mkv. THen join with the rest.
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    Using the ffmpeg's concat on the same mp4 (AVC/AAC) to be sure the format were all the same worked for me. Do you by any chance have multiple audio tracks or subtitle tracks in these videos?

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    Originally Posted by Baldrick View Post
    I would guess the third part has some problems then. Try add it in mkvtoolnix and make a mkv. THen join with the rest.
    I don't know how to use mKvtoolnix
    if you Don't mind
    can you guide Me ?
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    Originally Posted by Budman1 View Post
    Using the ffmpeg's concat on the same mp4 (AVC/AAC) to be sure the format were all the same worked for me. Do you by any chance have multiple audio tracks or subtitle tracks in these videos?

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    ffmpeg is a command GUI and i don't know about cmd so......
    which GUI software are you using in this screenshots
    Name Plz................
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    Thanks Budman1 ,,,
    i wan't to know that which GUI software are you using for The above screenshot ....
    Name or Link Pllllllzzzzzzzzzzz
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    Aashik Alam... FFMpeg is a command program but not a GUI. The photo of the GUI above that uses FFMpeg is mine, called Media Utility or FLV Media Utility, depending on which version it is. It is a beta program I wrote that does most of the operations that people request here on an ongoing basis. Using it, I do not have to look up the scripts or formatting (My memory is only so good these days, LOL).

    I use it to verify something works using FFMpeg and/or AVISynth before posting a reply and then I include the image to show exactly what was done and the scripts used. Above shows the 3 files to be joined, the ffmpeg script to join them using concat, and the actual filelist.txt created for its use.
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    [QUOTE=Budman1;2416280]Aashik Alam... FFMpeg is a command program but not a GUI. The photo of the GUI above that uses FFMpeg is mine, called Media Utility or FLV Media Utility, depending on which version it is. It is a beta program I wrote that does most of the operations that people request here on an ongoing basis. Using it, I do not have to look up the scripts or formatting (My memory is only so good these days, LOL).

    I use it to verify something works using FFMpeg and/or AVISynth before posting a reply and then I include the image to show exactly what was done and the scripts used. Above shows the 3 files to be joined, the ffmpeg script to join them using concat, and the actual filelist.txt created for its use.[/QU

    Download Link For the software
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