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    What's the best software to join together video clips (DivX)? Will Virtual Dub do this?

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    It can (Append), although there is always a risk of audio sync issues in the second half (post join).

    I have found AVIDemux to be more reliable with audio, although on occasion the join point can slow down visually for a second or two.

    In short - I have found no guaranteed way to join two clips with perfect results every time.
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    The video in question has no audio. It's just got video. So i think it would be easy to join two together. What i did was, to take the primary video, and mix things with another one. I used software to make another video that mirrors things, so the subjects are facing the opposite direction. So now i have two different videos that are the same, but the subjects are facing left in the first one, right in the second one. I don't wanna have it where the primary video plays all the way through, and then the second video plays. I wanna mix things up, where the primary video plays 5 seconds, then the second video kicks in and plays 5 seconds, and so on. I know it may sound like a bit of a project, but this is what i wanna do. Have any suggestions?

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    You can do it in either by loading and trimming the video multiple times, or create a script for avisynth that uses the Trim() statement and adds the pieces together. Or use an NLE if you have one. Even Windows Movie Maker can do what you ask.
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