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I need to join two .mp4 movies as it's one project split into two halves, I just need them to be one file that just transitions seamlessly. Does anyone know any freeware that does this? I tried doing it in imovie but it proved very difficult and the aspect ratio got all screwy...I just want to stick em together...thanks.
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I need to join two .mp4 movies as it's one project split into two halves, I just need them to be one file that just transitions seamlessly. Does anyone know any freeware that does this? I tried doing it in imovie but it proved very difficult and the aspect ratio got all screwy...I just want to stick em together...thanks.
visualhub will allow you to join two files
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If you have Quicktime Pro, open the first part of the movie, and set the marker to the end, then open the second part in a different window. With the second part active, do apple+a (or Edit>>Select All), then apple+c (or Edit>>Copy), then make the first part active again, and do apple+v (or Edit>>Paste), now save the whole thing as one file.

Sorry, I know quicktime pro and visualhub are both pay, but both cheap.
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tried doing it in imovie but it proved very difficult and the aspect ratio got all screwy
Is your aspect ratio screwy to begin with?
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