I'm trying to stitch together a collection of livestreams into one 35 hour mega video, but Premiere seems to have an arbitrary cap of 24 hours per sequence. Anyone know of a way around this?
If you are Mac based, you could probably use QuickTime Player to assemble the smaller files into one large file by opening the first file and then using the Add File To End command in QT player. I don't know what the equivalent is in Windows.
I've got a tiny Mac Laptop, so I'll save that as a last resort if I can't get it to work on my editing PC. Thanks.
Thank you! I might add (no pun intended haha just noticed before hitting send), that if you only need to add the final frame to land 24 hours exactly, it's helpful (or necessary even I think) to cut your add footage down to a few seconds first, save it, and then trim it down again to that last frame which you can then tack onto the end to get your perfect 24 hours (I was making a clock as movie hence the precision issue). Then re-export to weld them together.
You may be able to export two files and then join them with other software.
What file type do you need as your end product?
Youtube compatible, so MP4 or other basic filetype. What kind of program could stitch them together?
Took 6 hours, but that did it! Thanks a ton.
ffmpeg looks amazing but I'm flummoxed by the in line non graphical interface - I feel like I wont know how to grab onto the items that need to be worked on. Is it less difficult than I imagine? I suppose there are some good tutorials but the ones I looked at focus on what to do but not whats actually being done so it kind of feels like being shown how to knit without showing the yarn...or even telling you where to get it or which end of it to use...