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Need Video Editing Software

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Hi All:

I think this is my first question here so I will make it quick. I need so suggestions on video editing software. I have some .avi files I want to splice together frmae by frame so I can watch a show in 1 long episode instead of four diferent one. It is a story line that spread over 4 episode so like I said I want to place them together. Any suggetions on a good prgram to do that.

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Windows Live Movie Maker can do that too! Its probably not the best program, but it might already be on your computer and be good enough for the task.
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Since you are dealing with AVI files, VirtualDub and another great little known one, AVIUtil would do the job. AVIUtil is Japanese but there's an English translation available somewhere. VirtualDub is easier to use but AVIUtil can do more things like split files at frames which aren't keyframes and then do delta/smart encoding.

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