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Como unir o combinar archivos de video utilizando Quicktime para Mac OS X.

Como unir o combinar archivos de video utilizando Quicktime para Mac OS X.

Posted July 15, 2009 at 7:54pm by iClarified
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Estas son las instrucciones para unir o combinar archivos de video utilizando Quicktime para Mac OS X. Si QuickTime no puede leer tu archivo avi tal vez tengas que descargar Perian desde aqui.

Primero
Haz doble click sobre el fichero que desees reproducir en QuickTime.
Como unir o combinar archivos de video utilizando Quicktime para Mac OS X.

Como unir o combinar archivos de video utilizando Quicktime para Mac OS X.


Segundo
Mueve el indicador hasta la posicion en la que deseas unir el siguiente archivo.
Como unir o combinar archivos de video utilizando Quicktime para Mac OS X.

Tercero
Arrastra el siguiente archivo hasta la ventana de Quicktime para insertarlo a continuacion.
Como unir o combinar archivos de video utilizando Quicktime para Mac OS X.

Cuarto
Selecciona Guardar como... en el menu de Quictime.
Como unir o combinar archivos de video utilizando Quicktime para Mac OS X.

Quinto
Dale un nombre al video combinado y haz click en el boton Guardar .
Como unir o combinar archivos de video utilizando Quicktime para Mac OS X.

Sexto
QuickTime guardara entonces el video resultante.
Como unir o combinar archivos de video utilizando Quicktime para Mac OS X.

Septimo
Tras un par de minutos el video estará unido y listo para reproducir.
Como unir o combinar archivos de video utilizando Quicktime para Mac OS X.
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fadhil
fadhil - March 8, 2013 at 2:51pm
old post but still success for Quicktime X on OSX. Thankyou !
t11chb
t11chb - March 31, 2010 at 12:24pm
Open Terminal: cat filename1.avi filename2.avi > finaloutput.avi Job done
Bernk
Bernk - December 1, 2012 at 11:16am
Wow. I can not believe this works on something like an AVI file. Amazing! Thank you SO much for sharing that. Why do all these apps even exist? Jesus.
nathasm
nathasm - July 15, 2009 at 10:07pm
Or you can use this script I wrote: #!/bin/sh set -x if [ -z "$1" ]; then echo =e "\nUsage: `basename $0` Base_Movie_Name_To_Be_Joined" exit 1 fi cat $1* > _$1_.avi mencoder -forceidx -oac copy -ovc copy _$1_.avi -o $1.avi rm _$1_.avi So you run it like: ./join_avi.sh Video which will combine Video* into 1 avi file and re-encodes it preserving it in divx format.
iamse7en
iamse7en - July 15, 2009 at 8:35pm
Uh, you should also note that the user needs to have Perian installed in order to open a .avi file properly in QuickTime.
iClarified
iClarified - July 15, 2009 at 8:54pm
done!
iamse7en
iamse7en - July 15, 2009 at 8:34pm
Screw this method. I don't want it to be a .mov file. I have used avi joiner in the passed, but it's screwy, so I just convert and join them together in visualhub, or join them together in SimpleMovieX.
Nathaniel
Nathaniel - July 15, 2009 at 10:04pm
This just changes the container to mov it does NOT re-encode the file. Who cares what the extension is?
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