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Windows 7: How to combine 2 video clips? and burn?


07 Jun 2011   #1

windows7 Ultimate SP1 x32bit
 
 
How to combine 2 video clips? and burn?

I have 4 video files, but they divided into 8 files (one file divided into 2). I want burn all 4 video into 1 DVD how do i burn them according to their playing order. "There quality and aspect ratio are same" Person how rip this video dived that flies.

Fore example lets assume that I have "Harry poster" 1st , 2nd, films however they divided into 4 files. I mean 1st move divided into 2 files 2nd file also divided into 2 files . How do i burn them according to their playing order?
After burn, i want play 1st movie and 2nd movie respectively. Is it possible?

Its not possible can i combine those files into 1 file. Ex. Combine harry potter 1st movie all files into 1 and second one also that.

These examples are only assumptions. But i have this kind of real problem.

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07 Jun 2011   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

Windows live movie maker can do this, and DVD maker, hopefully with these programs, you can achieve what you want to do.

Movie maker : Windows Live Movie Maker 2011
(DVD maker comes with windows)
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08 Jun 2011   #3

windows7 Ultimate SP1 x32bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by MrNeeds View Post
Windows live movie maker can do this, and DVD maker, hopefully with these programs, you can achieve what you want to do.

Movie maker : Windows Live Movie Maker 2011
(DVD maker comes with windows)
Actually i already done (tested) my work using "Windows live movie maker". However Windows live Movie maker reduce quality of that files. How do it without loosing video quality? I have ".mpg" video file.
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08 Jun 2011   #4

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

You can merge sections to create 1 single video without recoding:

MKV and MP4 Files - Merge into a Single File


However, keep in mind these segements will need to be very close to the same.
The resolution should match, And same Audio/Video codec in each Segments.
Also, the bitartes should be fairly close.

This will create a MKV file. If you do want your videos in a MKV container, you can Demux the raw video and audio stream, and remux as a MP4 for example.

It should support .mpg as well for input.
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08 Jun 2011   #5

Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by killer bee View Post
........Actually i already done (tested) my work using "Windows live movie maker". However Windows live Movie maker reduce quality of that files. How do it without loosing video quality? I have ".mpg" video file.
You may try Freemake Video Converter. Have a look at my mini-guide here .

Let us know whether it serves your purpose.
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08 Jun 2011   #6

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit, SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by killer bee View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by MrNeeds View Post
Windows live movie maker can do this, and DVD maker, hopefully with these programs, you can achieve what you want to do.

Movie maker : Windows Live Movie Maker 2011
(DVD maker comes with windows)
Actually i already done (tested) my work using "Windows live movie maker". However Windows live Movie maker reduce quality of that files. How do it without loosing video quality? I have ".mpg" video file.
Why bother to go through Windows Live Movie Maker ?

Open Windows DVD Maker > Add Items > select your videos in proper sequence > click Options which gives you the aspect ratio etc if you want to be fancy, otherwise click Next > again, if you don't want to "customize " etc, click Burn.
That's it.
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08 Jun 2011   #7

Windows 7 Home Pre
 
 

I used to lets say Join 2 mp3's with this simple batch code. I have just tried on a .mpg and it worked but the time was out. Didn't try burning as I don't need too.

copy /b "File nape.ext" + "file name.ext" "What you want it too be called.ext"

This will join the 2 together. But unsure about the dvd maker keeping the time as in how long it was/is.

Do it on a .txt file and change too .bat and run in the same folder as the one you have the files in.
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