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    Are there programs that can combine more than 1 movies clips together as 1 movie?

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    yea.. EO Video..
    it can combine different format videos also.
    I combine quicktime+avi once.
    worked great

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    Originally posted by Wolfmight@1 October 2003 - 17:36
    yea.. EO Video..
    it can combine different format videos also.
    I combine quicktime+avi once.
    worked great
    Where can i get it?

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    Just get VirtualDub and then open the movie then select video and audio and set them as Direct stream copy then file>append video segment and add the files u want.

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    Originally posted by Gre1@1 October 2003 - 18:02
    Just get VirtualDub and then open the movie then select video and audio and set them as Direct stream copy then file>append video segment and add the files u want.
    Ok, i'll try that on my plan B. But i have plan A.

    Plan A is to use Windows Movie Maker which is included with WinXP.

    Windows Movie Maker work right?

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    Not sure about the whole Windows Movie Maker idea, but do what Gre1 said. Or try Easy Video Joiner.

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    yeah windows movie maker will work,

    congradulations krackhead


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    Adobe Premier with do that and then some

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    if its mpeg the go with tmpgenc

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    Yeah Movie Maker will probably work but here is some advice don't use it! It totally sucks I ain't one of those Microsoft haters but that program totally sucks use a third party proggie their is so many of them out their. Use www.dvdrhelp.com to find some.

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