I can successfully join multiple files using the following command:
ffmpeg -f concat -i input.txt -codec copy output.mp4
The only problem with this command is that you need to read the filepaths from the text file called input.txt with the following content:
file 'C:\Users\fabio\Downloads\Super\Sharks\01.mp4' file 'C:\Users\fabio\Downloads\Super\Sharks\02.mp4' file 'C:\Users\fabio\Downloads\Super\Sharks\03.mp4'
Is there a way to achieve the same goal without having to read the filepaths from a file? I have tried the following with no luck:
ffmpeg -f concat -i file "C:\a\b\01.mp4" file "C:\a\b\02.mp4" -codec copy output.mp4 ffmpeg -f concat -i "C:\a\b\01.mp4" "C:\a\b\02.mp4" -codec copy output.mp4
Do I have to use a different command?