How to join video files

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#1

hi
I downloaded 10 files are( xx.avi.001.html) in this format. .
first file is playing very well with vlc player after that no file playing . I tried to join the files with hjsplit but it is not showing any file on the downloaded files folder:sad:

please tell me how to add these files into single files .
pls any one help me on this.:confused:
pls…pls…pls…


#2

hi
please tell me how to add this two files in to single file
xx.avi.001.html and xx.avi.002.html

pls can any one tell how to do that


#3

Two threads merged to avoid confusion.

One thread is enough…


#4

[QUOTE=babu550;2468858]hi
please tell me how to add this two files in to single file
xx.avi.001.html and xx.avi.002.html

pls can any one tell how to do that[/QUOTE]
hi
i downlaoded a movie it is in 10 files . These files are xx.avi.001.html ,xx.avi.002.html,… like this format
i played first one it is playing very well on VLC from second onwards no files are playing . i tried to merge these files with HJSPLIT but it is not showing any thing on the downloaded folder.
so please tell me how to join these files into single file


#5

Try VirtualDub. Rename all segments as xx.001.avi, xx.002.avi, etc, then load the first one in virtualdub, go to menu File --> append and select the second segment, go again to File --> append and select the third segment, and so on.

Once all segments are loaded, press F7, and save the merged files on a folder.


#6

@babu550: calm down. Your post is here, and if someone can help you they will. It doesn’t help to bump your thread up every 10 minutes.

PS, like my friend geno888…


#7

[QUOTE=olyteddy;2468875]
PS, like my friend geno888…[/QUOTE]

:disagree: You use AviDemux :p:p:p:p:p:p


#8

I tried to add on virtualDub but it showing unsupported file type


#9

I used avidemux
but it says could not open the file …
like that it show’s error message


#10

Can you open each segment one at time in virtualdub?

Maybe the downloaded files are corrupted.


#11

Remove the “.html” from the end of the files and use 7 zip to join them…


#12

Both of the avi clips/videos have to be the same specifications, for easily joining them with AVidemux or VD…Chances are they’re not the same…But, I’m going to agree with geno888, that is perhaps a corrupt download.
Use Gspot or MediaInfo to ID the AVIs…


#13

Try WinRar to unpack the files. If I recall correctly, when the extension is .001, .002, etc. the file was taken apart by a file compressing prog such as that. You may have to remove the .html extension.


#14

Hi geno888,
I open one one segment but it show 's error “not supported file”


#15

hi
k what i have to do with Gspot
i download that one and i open the first file then what is the procedure …

[QUOTE=t0nee1;2470814]Both of the avi clips/videos have to be the same specifications, for easily joining them with AVidemux or VD…Chances are they’re not the same…But, I’m going to agree with geno888, that is perhaps a corrupt download.
Use Gspot or MediaInfo to ID the AVIs…[/QUOTE]


#16

hi,
i tried to remove the html ut it is not removing it is downloaded with browser format and i played with vlc first file was played well from ssecond owards it is not playing

[QUOTE=olyteddy;2470815]Try WinRar to unpack the files. If I recall correctly, when the extension is .001, .002, etc. the file was taken apart by a file compressing prog such as that. You may have to remove the .html extension.[/QUOTE]


#17

Then you might have to bite the bullet and buy the movie…