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  1. I have videos from a dozen sources so I use AVI which plays all of them but how can I combined some of the hundreds of videos I have from so many sources.
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  2. I'm a MEGA Super Moderator Baldrick's Avatar
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    It's probably easiest with something like freemake video converter, load all video files, at top right click join video, save/convert as a new avi,mp4,etc.
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  3. I'm new here so I might be in the wrong forum. I'm not trying to convert, I'm trying to edit so I can combined maybe a half dozen video clips into one video clip. Will this converter do that are am I in the wrong forum?
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  4. I'm a MEGA Super Moderator Baldrick's Avatar
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    Yes, it will join and convert.


    If you are looking for just to join without reconverting must all your files have EXACT same video properties.
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  5. The videos that I'll be joining will have the same video properties because of the time frame. I want to join videos from one camera but not from the next camera because there could be a year+ apart and the same with my webcam videos, so I just need to join video that will have the same video properties and then play them with AVI
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  6. I'm a MEGA Super Moderator Baldrick's Avatar
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    I see.

    You can use virtualdub or avidemux to join/append files. But you can only open/load/append one file at a time....if they aren't named like video001.avi, video002.avi, video003. avi, etc. Under video and audio choose copy/direct stream copy to avoid conversion.


    I can't say that I know that many other free and simple editors that can join without reconverting. Maybe video to video converter under tools->join video.
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