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A simple bash script using the power of GStreamer! Combines two separate left-right video files into a single side-by-side video with stereo sound.

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  • New version: November 16, 2011 - use ffmpeg4 encoder as x264 broken(?)
  • joins or plays two video sources into one side-by-side
  • optionally combines the individual monaural audio into one stereo stream
  • tested on Linux
  • REQUIRES GStreamer
  • shows gstreamer command for you to manually modify. Use -norun option
  • recommended viewer: check out 'Bino'


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