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Windows 7: Merge two parts of a movie, how?


15 Jan 2010   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x32
 
 
Merge two parts of a movie, how?

Hey guys...I need some recomendations&instructions how to merge two parts of a movie or divide it. I have few movies with cd1&cd2,and blue-ray which I want to split it for burning it on a DVD. Sugestions?Thanks

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15 Jan 2010   #2

Vista Ult 64 bit Seven Ult RTM x64
 
 

I haven't tried this, but it's free. Movie Maker - Windows Live

I use Corel VideoStudio Pro X2 but it costs.
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15 Jan 2010   #3

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Pro 64 SP1
 
 

This has got a 30 day trial, DVDFab,http://www.dvdfab.com/download.htm
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16 Jan 2010   #4

Windows 7 Ultimate x32
 
 

Thanks guys I'll try movie maker first
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16 Jan 2010   #5

Windows 7 Ultimate x32
 
 

Ok, I have found a solution for both, split and join files. And they are freeware too
For spliting, this is small but handy program, hjsplit, and after spliting, you can join the files again (nice feature is that you can choose how big the splited files you want to be). This is the link: File Splitters, freeware and multi-platform: HJSplit

The second one is for join only, works fine to, you can export the files in folowing formats: AVI, WMV, MOV, MP4, iPOD, iPhone, PSP, Zune, DVD, VCD. This is the link:
Join avi files: freeware downloads

Hope this will help to someone who has problems with spliting and merging video files
cheers
P.S How can we mark this one as solved?
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16 Jan 2010   #6

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Windows 7 Pro 64 SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Grimmjow View Post
Ok, I have found a solution for both, split and join files. And they are freeware too
For spliting, this is small but handy program, hjsplit, and after spliting, you can join the files again (nice feature is that you can choose how big the splited files you want to be). This is the link: File Splitters, freeware and multi-platform: HJSplit

The second one is for join only, works fine to, you can export the files in folowing formats: AVI, WMV, MOV, MP4, iPOD, iPhone, PSP, Zune, DVD, VCD. This is the link:
Join avi files: freeware downloads

Hope this will help to someone who has problems with spliting and merging video files
cheers
P.S How can we mark this one as solved?
Thanks for the info Grimmjow, that will help someone else.
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18 Jan 2010   #7

W7 X-64 RTM,SUSE 11.1, XP PRO SP3 as a VM, VMware ESXi
 
 

Hi there
another VERY EASY way - if you have a DVD recorder with a HDD in it - Copy the DVD to the machines's HDD - usually can be done quite easily on modern HDD recorders -- otherwise do it in "Real Time" -- Watch the DVD while recording to Disk.

Now you can using the DVD Recorders Menu function -- Split the movie up or whatever. You can also re-chapter it or whatever. Copy back to a Blank DVD.

Incidentally if you use a DVD recorder with a HDD in it you can make a DVD copy on to a single DVD of a normal DVD. If you use LP mode you can usually get TWO complete films on to a typical 4.7 GB DVD. The DVD recorder will "Finalize" the DVD also in such a way that your new DVD is playable on a computer or other DVD players.

I use DVD-RAM for the Copy as the DVD recorder will copy in High Speed. Another good idea is to use a DVD+RW.

I then create an "ISO" copy of my new DVD and store it on a 1.5TB Disk.

I re-use the DVD again for more copies.

Using Alcohol 52% - Free - you can mount the ISO as a normal DVD and it will play on your computer / laptop.

Taking a 500 GB tiny WD USB Passport disk around is much better than a whole slew of physical DVD's.

BTW I haven't bothered yet with BLU RAY ripping / copying -- my DVD recorder has a nice 1280p FULL upscale facility so I can't be bothered with Blu Ray with all the attendant DRM / copying issues.

If the DVD is copy protected (I have a DVD recorder bought in China that doesn't have Regional encoding or Copy Protection -- The Chinese always seem to manage this stuff quickly don't they ) then you can still make a recording to your DVD recorder

Use one of those TV 2.4 GHZ Video Senders and feed the composite output to the Video / Audeo in on the Video recorder.

Sometimes things CAN be done without needing a computer.

Cheers
jimbo
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18 Jan 2010   #8

Windows 7 Ultimate x32
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jimbo45 View Post
Hi there
another VERY EASY way - if you have a DVD recorder with a HDD in it - Copy the DVD to the machines's HDD - usually can be done quite easily on modern HDD recorders -- otherwise do it in "Real Time" -- Watch the DVD while recording to Disk.

Now you can using the DVD Recorders Menu function -- Split the movie up or whatever. You can also re-chapter it or whatever. Copy back to a Blank DVD.

Incidentally if you use a DVD recorder with a HDD in it you can make a DVD copy on to a single DVD of a normal DVD. If you use LP mode you can usually get TWO complete films on to a typical 4.7 GB DVD. The DVD recorder will "Finalize" the DVD also in such a way that your new DVD is playable on a computer or other DVD players.

I use DVD-RAM for the Copy as the DVD recorder will copy in High Speed. Another good idea is to use a DVD+RW.

I then create an "ISO" copy of my new DVD and store it on a 1.5TB Disk.

I re-use the DVD again for more copies.

Using Alcohol 52% - Free - you can mount the ISO as a normal DVD and it will play on your computer / laptop.

Taking a 500 GB tiny WD USB Passport disk around is much better than a whole slew of physical DVD's.

BTW I haven't bothered yet with BLU RAY ripping / copying -- my DVD recorder has a nice 1280p FULL upscale facility so I can't be bothered with Blu Ray with all the attendant DRM / copying issues.

If the DVD is copy protected (I have a DVD recorder bought in China that doesn't have Regional encoding or Copy Protection -- The Chinese always seem to manage this stuff quickly don't they ) then you can still make a recording to your DVD recorder

Use one of those TV 2.4 GHZ Video Senders and feed the composite output to the Video / Audeo in on the Video recorder.

Sometimes things CAN be done without needing a computer.

Cheers
jimbo
Thanks for the info man, it really is easy way. Anyway, thanks for the info again man, your text is going in my notepad, maybe sometime I'll need that kind of stuff.
cheers
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18 Jan 2010   #9

Windows 7 Ultimate (32 bit)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Grimmjow View Post
Hey guys...I need some recomendations&instructions how to merge two parts of a movie or divide it. I have few movies with cd1&cd2,and blue-ray which I want to split it for burning it on a DVD. Sugestions?Thanks

You can send me the two parts and I can merge them using Sony Vegas and send it back to you. You will just have to tell me what the present format theyare and do you want the same when merged?

How big are they?
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19 Jan 2010   #10

Windows 7 Ultimate x32
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by IggyAZ View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Grimmjow View Post
Hey guys...I need some recomendations&instructions how to merge two parts of a movie or divide it. I have few movies with cd1&cd2,and blue-ray which I want to split it for burning it on a DVD. Sugestions?Thanks

You can send me the two parts and I can merge them using Sony Vegas and send it back to you. You will just have to tell me what the present format theyare and do you want the same when merged?

How big are they?
Its ok man, as I said, I've found a solution (freeware) and I like it a lot. Anyway, THANKS for the offer,but my net conection isn't that good to upload 3-4 gigs, and download again, it will take a LOT of time Thank you
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