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Quicktime movie splicing and joining

post #1 of 5
Thread Starter 
Hi,

Is there a utility that will allow me to splice and join Quicktime movies without having to decompress/recompress from/to DV?

thanks,

- j
post #2 of 5
QuickTime Player works just fine.

You just need the Pro license.
post #3 of 5
[quote]Originally posted by jutus:
<strong>Hi,

Is there a utility that will allow me to splice and join Quicktime movies without having to decompress/recompress from/to DV?

thanks,

- j</strong><hr></blockquote>

It's called Final Cut Pro
post #4 of 5
[quote]Originally posted by smeegers:
<strong>It's called Final Cut Pro</strong><hr></blockquote>Idiot.

You expect this guy to fork over 1000 dollars to combine to movies?

I said it before, QuickTime Player works fine with the Pro license for US$30. Open the first movie, select all, copy. Open the second movie, click where you want it, paste. Save as, choose "self contained", and you're done. It's that easy.
post #5 of 5
Thread Starter 
Thx starfleet.

I'd figured out how to save small chunks of a movie, but couldn't stickem together.

Muchos gracias.
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