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    Hello
    I have 3 files in flv format. How can I link them together to create a dvd?

    thanks/Fabio
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  2. I'm a MEGA Super Moderator Baldrick's Avatar
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    And if you want to create a standard dvd-video use avstodvd, dvd flick or freemake video converter.
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    flv joiner is a fast and cool software
    is there something similar for .avi?

    thanks/Fabio
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    You could try http://lifehacker.com/5467180/avi-joiner-combines-split-video-files-into-one . BUt it requires that you have identical avis and it might not update the headers correctly.
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    Baldrick IMHO nails it (again). I picked up DVD Flick and never looked back (never had reason to). I download my tutorials to .flv format drop them into DVD Flick. Select the menu I want, select Create DVD, and a little later, I'm done.
    There are no problems - only chances to excel.
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    andys flv joiner was great but I have a mac now
    what shall I do?

    thanks/Fabio
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  7. I'm a MEGA Super Moderator Baldrick's Avatar
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    You dual boot into windows.

    Maybe avidemux 2.6 if you find it. Save as mp4.
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