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Is there a video camera that records single files?
Wesley R. Bush, Photographer
Murfreesboro | TN | U.S. | Posted: 4:21 PM on 01.09.16
->> I've been thinking for a while now that the reason I don't shoot a lot of home video is because every time I press record, it's a separate file, which is fine until I want to play the entire set of videos together without me having to select each file or me having to combine them later. Is there a consumer-level camera on the market today that allows me to record single video files through separate recording sessions?
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Guy Rhodes, Photographer
East Chicago | IN | USA | Posted: 8:09 PM on 01.09.16
->> Not that I know of. However, you should check out VLC Player. It has a playlist that you can drag all your files into, then sit back and watch.
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Rob Sirota, Photographer
San Jose | CA | USA | Posted: 11:13 PM on 01.09.16
->> You are limited to the file size of the OS that it can handle. So until and OS can handle files >4GB (most major 64bit OS's) you are stuck.
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Wesley R. Bush, Photographer
Murfreesboro | TN | U.S. | Posted: 11:06 AM on 01.10.16
->> Guy: I do use VLC, but I never thought of doing that. Thanks for the tip. That will help at home, but sharing with others or even uploading to YouTube is a pain. It's such a minor thing, but it's the only time I can remember where digital completely ruined the experience.
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David Stembridge, Photographer
Waynesboro | Ga | USA | Posted: 8:44 PM on 01.10.16
->> MPEG Streamclip works great for "joining files" when transcoding to Pro Res. I generally use ProRes for editing. Same concept as VLC. Free, multi platform, gives great still image exports as well needed. http://www.squared5.com
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