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Topic # 21435 26-Apr-2008 19:56
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Does anyone know of any good, simple-to-use video joiners that work under Windows Vista? I have various types of video files that have been split and I'd like to join them back together.

The software can be either freeware or shareware.

Thanks for any recommendations!

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  Reply # 126531 27-Apr-2008 00:35
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A quick google search for "avijoin" showed this: http://avijoin.sourceforge.net/, and this: http://www.divx-digest.com/software/pp_join.html

the latter I used several years ago (before shifting to Mac) and it worked well if I remember correctly.

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  Reply # 126706 28-Apr-2008 09:33
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Does virtualdubmod not work under Vista? Its free, pretty simple to use, but also quite powerful.




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