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Is there a way to combine several Beamer presentations into one big presentation?

E.G.: If I have two files a.tex and b.tex which are both presentations, can I compile them into one big presentation?

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Perhaps with combine or with pdfpages – henrique Sep 28 '13 at 19:56

An example with docmute:


\begin{frame}{test A}
This is A 


\begin{frame}{test B}
This is B


\title{Big presentation}


An similar alternative is the standalone package.

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