Adobe Media Encoder: Stitch Multiple Files Into One [video]

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Logo-Compressor.jpg[This is an excerpt from a recent on-line video webinar: “Comparing Apple Compressor with Adobe Media Encoder” which you can download in our store, or view as part of our Video Training Library.]


Both Adobe Media Encoder (AME) and Apple Compressor recently underwent upgrades. In this week’s webinar, we compare the two software to see what’s new; along with a look at some advanced features that we have not covered in the past.

Join host, Larry Jordan, as he showcases:

This short video excerpt illustrates how to use stitching in the latest release of Adobe Media Encoder to combine multiple video files into one.

AME: File Stitching

TRT: 4:59 — MPEG-4 HD movie

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One Response to Adobe Media Encoder: Stitch Multiple Files Into One [video]

  1. les miserables says:

    But the stupid program can’t do one basic thing !!!
    after you’ve dropped the videos you can’t do the stitch
    why; why can’t do something so easy and useful?

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