merging 2 avi files?

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I ve downloaded a movie , but its in 2 avi files, i need to merge them into 1 then burn onto dvd, is there a free programme of anything so i can do this thanks.

Ian reply reply


Mostly .srt file are used when the movie is an .avi file. It happens that subtitles are not synchronised with the movie. Movie can be divided in two parts. When you cut the .srt file in two parts all times of the second part must be recalculated. When you look a movie on TV through DVD/CD it happens that at the end of a text line in the middle of a word was broken. The reason is that some drivers of DVD/CD players a limited amount of characters is allowed in one text line. Sometimes time was too short to read the title completely. Because I experiments problems above I make a program to solve this. The name of the program is “Verbeteren srt files or Improve srt files” and is Freeware. The program is in Dutch and English. It is a small self explaining program with is easy to learn. And it cans everything that is necessary.

The program can:
Shift times
Stretch and shrink times, also automatic calculation of this
Cutting and sticking srt files
Repair currupt srt files
Calculate the frame rate of a movie
Detect lapping times (Possibility of automatic repairing lapping times)
Change times by hand
On the basis of the amounts of characters in a title, set the reading time of a title

It has edit possibilities such as:
Search to parts of text
Search with image number
Search with time
You can repair automatic and by hand misunderstood characters
Set a text line width. This means between two words the text line is broken if title is to long

If movie has the same name and is in the same folder, the movie can start from the program
Every change made in the program has effect on the running movie if you have chosen the proper player. That player is MpcStar player and is Freeware.

The program is 80 KB (packed) tall. (No spam or other unwanted things.
You can download the program on the website below.


Frans Goosens reply


You can join two files into one with Ultra video joiner, it will do the job! reply


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