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Old 29th September 2009, 15:55   #1  |  Link
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Two videos in one file?

hi ,

I want ask about something and I will try to explain becouse my English not Perfect ,

Is it possible to have Tow Different video inside one FILE ?

Lets say you have Saw 4 movie and Saw 5 and you can join them in one file and the user Can move to any movie by choose the source NO from the Player , For Example Source 1 mean > Saw 4 source 2 > saw 5


is that Possible ?

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Old 29th September 2009, 16:36   #2  |  Link
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(Hm, my english is bad too, so you can be worried about my help!...No, it's a joke.)
Well, do you want to join beginning of 5 to the end of the 4? Or have the possibility to alternate between the two movies?
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Is it possible to have Tow Different video inside one FILE ?
Sure! I believe mkv can do that using editions feature or something. You should be able to select movie you want or even make option play all one by one in any order you want. But there is no GUI with this option so its should be done manually. Anyway I don't understand why this is better than having 2 or more separate movies...
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have the possibility to alternate between the two movies?
yes , the user can alternate between the two movies ,

is that Possible ?
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Sure! I believe mkv can do that using editions feature or something. You should be able to select movie you want or even make option play all one by one in any order you want. But there is no GUI with this option so its should be done manually. Anyway I don't understand why this is better than having 2 or more separate movies...

thanks Keiyakusha ,

Do you have any Guide or any thing like that ? and what Player can support that kind of files ?
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But how?
At the same time?...for example: if you are at the eleventh minute of one of the movie, your need is to go to the eleventh minute of the other movie in one click?
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But how?
At the same time?...for example: if you are at the eleventh minute of one of the movie, your need is to go to the eleventh minute of the other movie in one click?
No , if you are at the eleventh minute of movie NO one and you Click to the other movie or source you have to start From the beginning of that movie ,

I don't think that Imposable if some Developers Give some time for this ,
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Old 29th September 2009, 17:40   #8  |  Link
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I thought it was more difficult! Ouf!
Well it's easy, just concatenate your movies and put the resulting file in a container like a mkv with a chapter at the beginning of the second movie and it's done.
So what are your sources specs?

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So what are your sources specs?
Each move 250mb

Is that can be done with mp4 ? or its just mkv ?

thanks a lot
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Well, as I understand chapters is not exactly the same. With chapters all movies will consist of one stream. Unless I forget about something. If this is alright, then it can be done with mmg from mkvtoolnix. For more advanced stuff I saw guide somewhere not on this forum. Unfortunately I can't find it right now, sorry.

And about players. All directshow-based players should support this if you have haali media splitter installed.
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Yes it's possible with mp4.
We need to know all infos of your sources...resolution, codecs video and audio, container....and where you got them...
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Two videos in one file?

Yes it is possible to have multiple mp4 videos in one file. In my college presentations I have two videos in my one file.-
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Can someone tell in details

i found the topic very useful but not clear with some of the answers. Can someone explain it in details on how to merge two videos?
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