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    Xvid & DivX Video Joiner?

    Hey Guys,
    I have a number of lengthy Xvid and DivX videos, which were originally designed to be burnt onto two CD-ROMs. Seeing as I will not be doing this, I need to join the two files into 1 larger file (so it's easier for me to organise ).

    My question is, can you guys suggest any programs that'll do this (from personal experience). I don't mind if they are freeware or payware, just so long as it'll do a good job .

    Thanks for any help you can give,
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    VirtualDub, VirtualDub Mod and NanDub should all be able to do this just make sure you set it up for 'direct stream copy' so it doesn't do any transcoding.

    have a look on http://www.doom9.org for starters

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    Quote Originally Posted by Funkstar
    VirtualDub, VirtualDub Mod and NanDub should all be able to do this just make sure you set it up for 'direct stream copy' so it doesn't do any transcoding.

    have a look on http://www.doom9.org for starters
    Agreed. Get Vdubmod, load your 1st .avi, choose 'direct stream copy' from the video menu, then choose 'append segment' from the file menu, and browse to part 2. Choose Save As, give it a filename, and you're sorted.

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