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Thread: When joining multiple files, are there any particular “naming convention” rules you need to follow?

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    Default When joining multiple files, are there any particular “naming convention” rules you need to follow?

    When I did a test joining about 200mb work of clips together –the test came out fine. Each file had the generic naming convention “RVCap[1].wmv …”

    However, when I copied those files and renamed them using different naming conventions :


    …the Splitter program crashed.

    Should all the clips have the same prefix?
    Should the “joined” file have the same prefix?

    Are they any naming rules I need to follow or is this just a bug?

    I end up getting this error:

    One or more arguments are invalid
    HRESULT: 0x80070057
    (Unspecified error hr = 0x80004005)

    * All the files are the same type and dimentions

    Last edited by sstacy; 11-16-2010 at 03:04 PM.

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