How to join MP4 videos using ffmpeg and PowerShell
Using a recording tool like OBS is easy, except that it doesn’t have a pause button. So what happens when you’ve got 2 or more .mp4 files produced in OBS that you need to stitch together? Sure you could bust open a sluggish video editing tool, or you can quickly join them using the concat parameter in ffmpeg!
In this snip, Anthony will walk you through using ffmpeg to join MP4 videos together in PowerShell. He’ll show you why this process is so much easier that using a video editor to combine and encode files, mainly because this method is so fast!
Prerequisites include: ffmpeg (http://ffmpeg.org/download.html)