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10.6: Merging videos with cat and QuickTime X
Authored by: lsequeir on Nov 10, '10 05:52:25AM

As someone mentioned MPEGStreamClip, I remembered that I used to do this kind of stuff in it.

It can save time by avoiding copying everything twice.
Here is how it can be done, for, say, concatenating Movie2 at the end of Movie1:

- Open Movie2 in MPEGStreamClip. Mark the section of the movie that you want (for the whole thing, you can type I (for in) at the beginning, then scrub to the end and type O (for out)) and Cmd-C to copy it
- Open Movie1 in MPEGStreamClip. Scrub to the end and do Cmd-V to paste
- Save under a new name


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