[Matroska-users] About mkv Joining problem

Steve Lhomme slhomme at matroska.org
Tue Dec 14 22:07:50 CET 2010


Did it occur to anyone that mkvmerge has "merge" in the name because
it can actually merge files together ?

If each individual mkv file is really a Matroska file, then mkvmerge
will have no problem doing it. In the GUI it's called "appending". Not
sure how it works in the command line, but it surely works too.

If your files are just cut parts of mkv files, then concatenating them
should be just fine. Otherwise you need to use the same tool that was
used to make the split files.

Steve

On Mon, Dec 13, 2010 at 12:55 PM, Gordiychuck Oleg
<mybrokenbeat at gmail.com> wrote:
> Or you can convert all files to raw video\audio with ffmpeg (there is manual in faq),  then join them in one video and audio raw file and finally encode all data in one mkv file. But using mkv-tools will be faster for such task.
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