[Linux Cook]How to concatenate movie files in Linux

Once upon a time, when Windows was the only and the unique boot choice in my boost-up screen, I tried to find out a way to concatenate movie files ….. damn ,this gonna be loooong post, but I don’t want it at all. Let’s make it short :

In linux ( I use Ubuntu, and the other are the same ), if you want to concat many file, just you command cat.

And here is example ( I’m always in love with examples 🙂  ) :

Assume I have some files needed to be concatenated, and our  stars were : asdf.mkv.oo1 ; asdf.mkv.002; asdf.mkv.oo3.

So what would I do ?

>> cat asdf.mkv.* > asdf.mkv

Ok, check it out, you got your movie now 🙂

Oh, by the way, I use asterisk (*) as a wild-card symbol, you can list them manually, split by commas.

This is the reason why linux does NOT need hjsplit or some thing like this.


P/s : bonus   http://www.thienvanvietnam.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=326:bbc-is-everything-we-know-about-the-universe-wrong&catid=47:anh-phim&Itemid=128  ==> pirate

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