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Easiest and Fastest Way to Merge .TS Files?

Discussion in 'General TV Discussions Forum' started by kmhtkmhtkmht, Sep 10, 2005.

  1. kmhtkmhtkmht

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    What's the best way to Merge TS Files?
     
  2. dan1979

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    I use a free program called Simple File Joiner, works for me every time and couldn't be easier to use, make sure you hit 'sort list' first though before joining as for some reason it tends to put the last file first.
     
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    Try HDTVtoMPEG2. Works like a charm. Just don't use it to convert .ts files to .mpg as that function is broken.
     
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    Doesn't that make it kinda pointless? :D

    Newsbin Pro to join the files, and VideoReDo to do the conversion.
     
  6. manzee

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    If you had lots files called say "sopranos1.ts" "sopranos2.ts" etc. which you want in one TS file called "sopranos.ts":

    start>run>cmd

    copy /b "*.ts" "sopranos.ts"

    much easier than installing any unneccessary programs, I find
     
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    Why merge them? Get playback system that can do seamless playback.
     
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    Because you need 1 single file for subtitles files to work.
     

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