Join/Merge Multiple mp4 Files Into One File Without Re-Encoding

Install GPAC first, easily from ubuntu repository:
$ sudo apt-get install gpac

Then using one of GPAC’s tool, named MP4Box, we can join or merge multiple mp4 files by concatenating into one file. With concatenating we save a huge amount of processing time which is usually spent for rendering/re-encoding.
$ MP4Box -cat file1.mp4 -cat file2.mp4 -cat file3.mp4 OutputFile.mp4

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  1. anthonyvenable110

     /  August 1, 2012

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  1. How You Do That (HYDT) | Joining and Merging multiple mp4 Files | Linux | UBUNTU | Techno Super Scopes

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