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@section How can I join video files?
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A few multimedia containers (MPEG1, MPEG2 PS, DV) allow to join video files by
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A few multimedia containers (MPEG-1, MPEG-2 PS, DV) allow to join video files by
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merely concatenating them.
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Hence you may concatenate your multimedia files by first transcoding them to
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these privileged formats, then using the humble @code{cat} command (or the
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equally humble @code{copy} under Win32), and finally transcoding back to your
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equally humble @code{copy} under Windows), and finally transcoding back to your
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format of choice.
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@example
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bitrate for your intermediate and output files, if you want to preserve
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video quality.
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Notice too that you may avoid the huge intermediate files by taking advantage
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Also notice that you may avoid the huge intermediate files by taking advantage
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of named pipes, should your platform support it:
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