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#1 Caldog7



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    Posted 31 January 2017 - 08:08 AM

    I'm having trouble figuring out how to edit multiple video files together. For instance, I went out on a trip in the desert and captured the entire thing on my keymission 360, but it saves the files in 4gb chunks. How can I make all of those chunks fit together?

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      Posted 31 January 2017 - 09:08 AM

      I figured it out. I was looking for a workflow that would merge the files into one video file. I just needed something quick and dirty to get a video on youtube. 


      My solution was quick and dirty:


      1. Copy files to computer

      2. Using Quick time player (Yes, quicktime player) I stitched the files together and saved them.

      3. Handbrake to lower the filesize and convert to MP4

      4. Inject the file with 360 Metadata with the youtube suggested program (Mac and Windows)

      5. Tested on VLC player (it worked only after metadata injection)

      6. Upload to Youtube for final check


      Test video uploaded: https://youtu.be/CcTkQvAfDDc

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