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    Guide - How to merge avi segments

    How to merge avi segments:

    1)
    Obviously, at first you need to have some segments to merge.


    2)
    Also you need friendly video editor called VirtualDub. I use 1.7.7 (build 28312) version. You can Google that program(its free).


    3)
    Now, open first part of the file.






    4)
    Next Click Append AVI segment.
    Note: Segments need to be same resolution as the first segment







    5) Notice how number of frames has changed (bottom right corner).
    If you are finished with adding parts to your video its time to save it. Select the [Video] menu and click Direct stream copy. When you done that when you click [save as] files will merge without recompressing.




    Thatís all.

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    Re: Guide - How to merge avi segments

    thanks andy.very helpful guide..i was wondering,how to merger avi files together for some time so really thank you

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    Re: Guide - How to merge avi segments

    i use media join a free program -it seems to be able to join anything i have come across-it also allows you to change format -avi to mpg-mpg to avi-wmv to avi -so on and so on- very easy to use- only once did i have a problem-what happened
    beginning file was 700mb in 7segments in a format i didnt reconize-not avi mpg wmv
    or anything familiar=it did join it but the file was huge-like 2100mb- watched and then recycle bin- ssometimes people use some rare format no one else uses dont
    know why- but highly recommend this one to join files- i usually choose mp3 and
    mp4 settings or avi

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    Re: Guide - How to merge avi segments

    I use HJ Split
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    Re: Guide - How to merge avi segments

    with media join you can join files that are in different formats.For example you could have avi,wmv,mpg or other formats and it converts and joins to a output
    file of your choice such as avi

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    Re: Guide - How to merge avi segments

    Boilsoft Video Joiner is the best one I think.
    Drag & dropp.

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    Re: Guide - How to merge avi segments

    The thing about virtualdub and joining avi files with direct stream copy is that this procedure only
    takes a few minutes for a movie over 2 hours long, when done properly. Many many programs will
    join files of different codecs. But with no need for recompression while joining your avi's, Vdub has
    no equal that I've ever seen in speed.

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    Re: Guide - How to merge avi segments

    Quote Originally Posted by El Coyote
    I use HJ Split




    HJ Split is ONLY good for joining "parts" files. You'll not be joining avi's mpegs, wmvs or any
    other video files with with HJ Split I assure you.

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    Re: Guide - How to merge avi segments

    Quote Originally Posted by slyj
    The thing about virtualdub and joining avi files with direct stream copy is that this procedure only
    takes a few minutes for a movie over 2 hours long, when done properly. Many many programs will
    join files of different codecs. But with no need for recompression while joining your avi's, Vdub has
    no equal that I've ever seen in speed.
    That's one of Virtualdub and/or Virtualdub's great features, i.e you can easily make a direct stream, exact copy of the avi chunk files, video and audio. So you can split up a movie into scenes, or join together parts of a split video, and get no loss in quality that happens if you need to re-render. Virtualdubmod also lets you load up mpeg2 files, and both Virtualdub and Virtualdubmod let you load up other formats for joining or editing, and splicing, but you can't direct stream copy those, have to re-render with codecs, bitrates, etc. The only downside to Virtualdub is trying to figure it out initially if you're a complete novice, like I was. And yes, direct stream copy is fast!

    I'm still looking for a good wmv video editor that will easily do direct stream copies, or one that works with mpegs. One free one I'm trying to figure out that promises to be able to do all that and more is Avidemux, but I haven't been able to get it to work so far.

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    Re: Guide - How to merge avi segments

    What about segmenting a video file?
    Can anyone suggest a good, FREE, program to separate for example a full-movie into several scenes, something that allows the user to select the beginning and the end of a desired clip segment. This segment could be saved as an .avi or a .mpg

    All the ones I found couldn't sync the audio and video together.
    Thanks in advance!

    -Jenesaisquoi
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