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Old 07-24-2006, 11:18 AM   #1
carnold
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Using mpgtx


Hey gang. I need some help with mpgtx syntax. I simply want to join 2 or more files together. Does anyone here know what the syntax is to join 2 or more mpg's together using mpgtx. I used the man pages but it says something about using ranges....this did not work. Can anyone offer any help?
 
Old 07-24-2006, 09:06 PM   #2
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Hey gang. I need some help with mpgtx syntax. I simply want to join 2 or more files together. Does anyone here know what the syntax is to join 2 or more mpg's together using mpgtx. I used the man pages but it says something about using ranges....this did not work. Can anyone offer any help?
#1 search on google for mpgtx has just what you're looking for, the only difference is that it adds a 3rd file in the example taking only 30 minutes from the 3rd file. Just remove the section about the 3rd file from the first example in the first hit from google and you'll be going in a matter of seconds (first second third... haha), If you haven't discovered the answer yet, which I think you have. (HAL_9000:That was a run on sentence Dave.)
 
  


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