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any advise on how to create one continuos movie from many video clips would be much appreciated thanks.
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That depends upon what you need to do. If you will be adding transitions and other elements give iMovie a try.How To Combine Videos On Mac (iMovie)!!! - YouTube In this video the author "shares" the resulting video to an online account but any of the share options should work.

If you are not adding transitions or other serious editing give Squared 5 - MPEG Streamclip video converter for Mac OS X a try. Open the program, select the videos to combine then drag them into the program window. Trim any unwanted footage and use export options to save the file.

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thanks for your suggestions will give these a try and see how i get on ( trimming any unwanted footage hhhmm theres an idea, just of to give that a go.) watch this space I may be back sooner than expected,thanks again my man
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I stitch multiple clips using Quicktime Pro. It's quite easy and you have various editing tools as well
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