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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-21-2019, 04:26 PM - Thread Starter
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Best Freeware to make DVD from individual files?

I am looking to make a DVD compilation of my daughter's dance recitals. They are on multiple DVD's across the years and I only need to take her recital file from each DVD to make one that will play them in succession.

Whats the best free program to do this with? I'm assuming I would just save each file from each DVD to my PC and then put them all together with a video editing program correct?

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VLC might be able to take care of that...


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Kdenlive is a Libre video editor. You basically just drop all the source material into the same project, and then you can pick and place your clips as desired.

If they're already on DVD's, you can rip them to your PC using something like the open-source video transcoder and DVD ripper: Handbrake.

Depending on your original format, you may actually be able to just concatenate the files physically using something like this command on the Windows command line:
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copy file1.avi + file2.avi + file3.avi concatenated.avi
MP4 does not support this.

Check this Stackoverflow answer for more information: https://stackoverflow.com/a/11175851

If you can use the "concat demuxer" listed in the link, you should also experience no quality loss at all.

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