.ts ... loads!

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  1. Monty Burns

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    Hey Guys

    anyone know of an easy way to "stitch" together lots of TS files? I currently have a video that is over 100+ and when I try to view them in any media player there is obviously a pause. This pause is most unwelcome! :D


    Thanks in advance!!!
     
  2. adamjt7

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    open notepad and type the following

    copy /b *.ts merged.ts

    and save as

    merge_ts.bat in the location of your ts files

    then double click the bat file and all your ts files are joined up....simple and works a treat.
     
  3. Monty Burns

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    :rotfl: Man thats just rude how simple that is :thumbsup:

    Thanks loads!
     
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    HDTVtoMPEG does this also - you can set an output size for each chunk which is handy for backing up to DVD.
     
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    use ts merge dead simple
     
  6. Monty Burns

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    Thanks for the extra ideas guys, not really sure how downloading an app though beats using a dos command :)
     
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    In my experience the dos command is slower. I've used HDTVtoMPEG2 and also Simple File joiner, both work great and were alot faster than the dos command. In my opinion of course! :D
     
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    Have you got a link for that? Google is pretty useless!
     

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