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I thought HD Writer could join clips but I am not seeing how to do that.

Can someone assist me on this?

Can it be done?

I have 60 clips that I do not want to have to join separately.

Thanks...Alan
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I thought HD Writer could join clips but I am not seeing how to do that.

Can someone assist me on this?

Can it be done?

I have 60 clips that I do not want to have to join separately.

Thanks...Alan

I have HD Writer version AE 2.1 that came with my HDC-SD700
Below are details how I join 1080p clips together very fast & loss of any quality. After joining I use the free tool MultiAVCHD to author AVCHD DVD's or
Blu-rays with 1080p. BTW what version are you using.

Open HD Writer
Tools
Settings
Register folder
Shows the Registered folders
Add / Delete
Edit
Edit Videos
Select the type of scene to edit
Mark 1080/60p
Next button
Drop all the clips you want to join to Timeline below
Next button
Message Box The editing will close and the saving will start OK? Press Yes You can now choose the Save destination folder & Sub folder with Editing date, Recording day or Specified folder
Execute
Joining will satrt
Message box Saving to the file is completed
OK button
Close Button
Message box Are you sure you want to exit the wizard Edit video?
Yes
You are now back to the Main Window of HD writer showing all your clips.
Hope this helps.
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That does help!

Thanks.
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I have HD Writer version AE 2.1 that came with my HDC-SD700
Below are details how I join 1080p clips together very fast & loss of any quality. After joining I use the free tool MultiAVCHD to author AVCHD DVD's or
Blu-rays with 1080p. BTW what version are you using.

Open HD Writer
Tools
Settings
Register folder
Shows the Registered folders
Add / Delete
Edit
Edit Videos
Select the type of scene to edit
Mark 1080/60p
Next button
Drop all the clips you want to join to Timeline below
Next button
Message Box The editing will close and the saving will start OK? Press Yes You can now choose the Save destination folder & Sub folder with Editing date, Recording day or Specified folder
Execute
Joining will satrt
Message box Saving to the file is completed
OK button
Close Button
Message box Are you sure you want to exit the wizard Edit video?
Yes
You are now back to the Main Window of HD writer showing all your clips.
Hope this helps.

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That does help!

Thanks.

What version of HD Writer are you using.
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I have version 2.1.

Just bought Aunsoft Final Mate and it does a wonderful job of joining files.

Burned my first Blu Ray disk and I cannot see one flaw in the output.

Alan
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