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Applescript Droplet For Concatenating Mp4 Files Using Mp4Box Executable



I developed a Mountain Lion-compatible AppleScript droplet that uses a user-supplied MP4Box executable to concatenate sequentially named .mp4 files dropped onto its icon. The files have to be compatible with the MP4Box executable being called. In other words, if you can't do this already with your files and the appropriate command line, the AppleScript probably won't be very useful. But if you ever have to spend time constructing your own command line to do the job, the Applescript might save you some time. The script calls MP4Box from /usr/local/bin, but that is easily changed if you keep your MP4Box somewhere else. Anybody want it?

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