How to compile videos in one?

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Hi,

I want to merge and cut some video clips. I have tried many software but all of them converts the main file but I only want to join them and delete some clips. I there any software which can do this task. Oh all my files are in .avi format. So, the software must support .avi file.

Please someone give me some solution.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #129279

How to compile videos in one?

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There is a good way to do your job properly. The software name is MkvToolnix and it is compatible with all files excluding the file format developed by Microsoft. Because this is a open source software and you can download it for free. There are many features in this software. You can add multiple file and merge them in a single file.

You can add multiple subtitles and audio track in a single video file. The only issue is all output file will be in .mkv format. But I think this is not so big issue. If you want to delete some clips then at first you have to split that file in that time position using MKVtoolnix and then again split the other part of the file that has the unwanted clip where it ends.

Then join those split files using “append” option and you can get a perfect merged file. You can download mkvtoolnix from here:

http://www.free-codecs.com/download/MKVtoolnix.htm

Answered By 60 points N/A #129280

How to compile videos in one?

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Thank you so much Johan.

I have some video clips which i was trying to merge as on as a .avi file.

I used a lot of video editors to merge the file but none of them helped.

But your software MkvToolnix really helped me to finish the job which i was started weeks ago.

I really appreciate your contribution for solving this problem. Thank you so much Buddy!

And also many thanks to techyv.com to have a wonderful site like this to help peoples.

There are so many sites like this out there… but none of them are not properly answering any questions.

Again thanks.

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