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making several .mp4 videos into a continous video?

Discussion in 'Video Production' started by Furious George, Mar 19, 2013.

  1. Furious George

    Furious George Supreme Member Premium Member

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    Hello fellow BHW experts... I need some help :)

    I've got several .mp4 video files I took with a gopro that I need compiled into one continous video. I have a pc, and a mac available. Can someone point me in the right direction? Is there easy/free software to use?


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  2. ajithrocksca

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    use camtasia or xilisoft.. you can also use windows movie maker in case windows.. but I would prefer camtasia or xilisoft. Goodluck
     
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  3. voi_tech

    voi_tech Newbie

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    I use Sony Vegas Pro 10.0 you can find the crack/torrent very easily just by googling it.

    You could also use movie maker, a free program that usually comes with windows machines. Google "microsoft movie maker"
     
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  4. Furious George

    Furious George Supreme Member Premium Member

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    Thanks guys. I forgot about the windows movie maker. :pat: For some reason I think I remember it won't read .avi or something? I'll try it with the mp4. Thanks for the quick help!
     
  5. uniquecontent

    uniquecontent Registered Member

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    You can use "Aura Free Video Converter" to convert most of the audio, video files to any other format. It works most of the time. If you have expert knowledge about audio-video codecs then go for "Super Converter" its best and free!
    You can also use trial version of Adobe premiere elements or adobe premiere. PM me if you need any other expert advice. I would love to be help.
     
  6. REVERZ

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    I use Final cut pro and premiere, you can paste there as much mp4's as you want and export it to 1