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When you use a digital camera to take home videos, because you can't pause it short of stopping the recording and starting again, you will end up with several different videos. You would surely like a (preferably) Frame Accurate piece of software that could take those multiple file and merge Together Video Clips into one, and it would be even nicer if it could edit them, such as deleting unwanted parts etc.
Many video users would like to be able to join or merge together video clips of H.264 AVCHD MPEG2 into one continuous cross-platform movie file, preferable still in their original video format.
If you have multiple H.264 AVCHD MPEG2 clips you shoot with your DV Cam, you may want to combine all of the small clips from a single trip into one video. Then is there an easy application or way to do that without having to re-encode all the clips?
Is it possible to merge together video clips of H.264 AVCHD MPEG2 so that when played from video player they run through seamlessly as though it was one single clip?
Then answer is YES.
Our Smart Cutter will
Merge Together Video Clips of H.264 AVCHD MPEG2 format captured by DV Camcorder and HD PVR losslessly
It is an easy-to-use video cutter, splits and joins videos quickly in several mouse clicks.
It is a Frame Accurate video editor. You can trim movies in HDTV formats captured by DV Camcorder and HD PVR easily with this tool. Cut unwanted parts out of video stream.
Especially, only small parts on start and end points will be re-encoded, the middle part will remain untouched, lossless. This gives highest speed while reserving highest video quality. So it's called 'Smart Rendering'.
Supporting MP4, MOV, M2TS, TS, PS, TP, TRP, MTS, MPG, VOB; H.264 AVC, AVCHD, MPEG2, DVD etc.
Please refer to the page of our Smart Cutter for more information. When you need to know How to Play All Video Clips Together by merging H.264 AVCHD MPEG2, you may have it a try.