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  1. Hi all,

    any help regarding this?

    I've seen people suggesting mp4box or similar tools,
    but I couldn't find the exact command.

    Thank you and happy holidays.
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  2. This might help: http://ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-2059506.html

    They suggest: MP4Box 001a.mp4 -cat 002a.mp4 -cat 003a.mp4 -out combinedfile.mp4
    Last edited by David@CDNsun; 11th Jan 2016 at 06:45.
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    David@CDNsun: I removed your link in the signature. Advertising/Promoting your own site is not okey. https://forum.videohelp.com/threads/72386-Forum-rules-Acceptable-Use-Policy-(AUP)?
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  4. Originally Posted by Baldrick View Post
    David@CDNsun: I removed your link in the signature. Advertising/Promoting your own site is not okey. https://forum.videohelp.com/threads/72386-Forum-rules-Acceptable-Use-Policy-(AUP)?
    Hi,

    OK, no problem and sorry about that. I thought that signature with link is allowed (saw it with some other users). You may have noticed that in other post I have been pasting a link with our company URL and that I have censored it. I will be glad to follow your rules.

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  5. This thread is a little old, but if anyone else needs this, there is now a program that can do this very easy. It's called InviDownloader (google it) - it first downloads the .m4s files, all you need is one link, and you point how many are the files, it downloads them, and then you merge them into a mkv or mp4. I used .mkv - oddly, the sound didn't want to play in PotPlayer (it did in VLC) and video search was a little slow. Then I ran the file through MKVToolnix, and the new file was perfectly OK!
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    Originally Posted by tosem View Post
    This thread is a little old, but if anyone else needs this, there is now a program that can do this very easy. It's called InviDownloader (google it) - it first downloads the .m4s files, all you need is one link, and you point how many are the files, it downloads them, and then you merge them into a mkv or mp4. I used .mkv - oddly, the sound didn't want to play in PotPlayer (it did in VLC) and video search was a little slow. Then I ran the file through MKVToolnix, and the new file was perfectly OK!
    You can link to sourceforge / free software : https://sourceforge.net/projects/invidownloader/
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  7. Originally Posted by tosem View Post
    This thread is a little old, but if anyone else needs this, there is now a program that can do this very easy. It's called InviDownloader (google it) - it first downloads the .m4s files, all you need is one link, and you point how many are the files, it downloads them, and then you merge them into a mkv or mp4. I used .mkv - oddly, the sound didn't want to play in PotPlayer (it did in VLC) and video search was a little slow. Then I ran the file through MKVToolnix, and the new file was perfectly OK!
    Can you help me? I downloaded a video and it plays normally but has no audio. What do I do in MKVToolnix? I tried the Multiplexer option and it generated a .mkv file, however it continued without audio.
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  8. Originally Posted by Baldrick View Post
    Originally Posted by tosem View Post
    This thread is a little old, but if anyone else needs this, there is now a program that can do this very easy. It's called InviDownloader (google it) - it first downloads the .m4s files, all you need is one link, and you point how many are the files, it downloads them, and then you merge them into a mkv or mp4. I used .mkv - oddly, the sound didn't want to play in PotPlayer (it did in VLC) and video search was a little slow. Then I ran the file through MKVToolnix, and the new file was perfectly OK!
    You can link to sourceforge / free software : https://sourceforge.net/projects/invidownloader/
    I checked but after joining all M4s files to make one Output.M4s it is not working to convert Output.M4s to output.Mp4 file
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