Stitching watch folder on encoder

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Feb 23, 2021 Feb 23, 2021

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Just wanted to ask if anyone knows of a way to have a watch folder that stitches together the video clips that are dropped into it? 
Would also be amazing if anyone knows how to set a watch folder to stitch together multiple videos dropped and stitch them to one video?

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Export or render , Tips and tricks , Watch folders

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Jun 07, 2022 Jun 07, 2022

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I know this was originally posted a long time ago but I would also really apprecicate if someone could help with this function? I work as an edit assistant with producers who would like to look at rolls of rushes from the day but would like it as one file that they can easily scrub through. I know that Encoder already has the ability to add a timecode so it would be good to be able to add several files to a watchfolder for it to then stitch them together and add a timecode.

 

I realise that there might be a diffiulty in getting the watchfolder to understand when you've stopped copying files into the folder for it to then start stitching. Maybe this is the main reason why it's seemingly not available...

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