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    How to join file in Mac
    I'm a brand new mac user, just have no idea how to join movies files (xxx.mkv.001, .002, .003 etc) to watch. I used to use File splitter & joiner on Windows but can't install it to Mac of course. Can u guys tell me what to do, thanks.

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    Well you can import all your movies into one "event" in iMovie. That's what I would do.

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    Those files sound like split RAR or ZIP files. Get your self the free version of stuffit expander. Install. Then double click on the matching RAR or ZIP file. If there isn't one just double click on the first file (001 etc).
    Not been around these parts for a while. Trying to change that . .

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    I suppose you could use the terminal command 'cat', like so;

    cat xxx.mkv.001 xxx.mkv.002 xxx.mkv.003 > mynewfile

    I don't know if this is really applicable to this problem since I don't understand the file details.
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    how to join file in Mac
    Here is your solution: Split&Concat homepage

    Free software that works flawlessly in joining your files.

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    Thanks for posting the link, however, take note that you replied to a post that was well over two years old.

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    chscag,

    Sure billinrio knows the thread is old. I smell some marketing going on.
    CameraTime - Time lapse photography for novice and advanced users.

    When asking questions, post the version of your software. You'll receive better answers.

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    Yeah, I thought about that too. However, I couldn't associate the link to him directly so we just have to "assume" he was being helpful. Thanks for your concern.

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