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Old 9th December 2008, 04:43   #1  |  Link
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JVC camcorder --> multilple MOD/MOI files. Easy way to join them into a single DVD?

Sometimes, a relative of mine provides me with footage shot from a camera in the form of multiple MOD/MOI files. Up until now, I simple processed each MOD through DGIndex, filtered and encoded each d2v with AVISynth (including fadein/out because the clips are not seamless) then join that into a single lossless file to be encoded to MPEG2 and later authored. As this process can be quite time-consuming for 30+ clips, I was wonderng if there was a more direct, automatic way of handling this. Any advice will be greatly appreciated.
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Can't you just load all the files at once in DGIndex?
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Actually, I made a thread in the DVD2AVI/DGIndex forum looking for guidance in dong just that . The objective of this thread is to ask for as close as a 1-step guide to doing this, as even producing single d2v/ac3 files from the sources entail quite a bit of time and attention (having to manually see where to make each fadein/out in the output lossless file, mostly).
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