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Which Free Video Editor And Joiner You Use?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by prouser01, Feb 28, 2010.

  1. prouser01

    prouser01 Junior Member

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    Hi, I am just looking for a free video editor that can do two things:

    1. Join .wmv and youtube videos (most are .mp4 or .flv) into one single video.

    2. put a url link in the video itself.

    So can some experiencer users of video editors can tell me what they use to join and merge 2 videos into one?

    thanks in advance!
     
  2. bartono

    bartono Regular Member

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    Why free? In this life for all you have to pay :D
     
  3. sysfailure

    sysfailure Junior Member

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    VirtualDub is my favorite FREE video editor. light, fast and powerfull :)
     
  4. prouser01

    prouser01 Junior Member

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    but it only join AVI files and I am looking for the video editor that joins .flv files.

    So if anyone knows please let me know!
     
  5. Boltblue

    Boltblue Registered Member

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    Convert the flv file to avi with "any video converter" - free, fast and simple to use. Then find a copy of Camtasia 6 (I think it might still be in the download section - or go to the pirat bay and get a copy there). Then you can join the two avi files or wmv files and put your callouts on the video. Problem solved.
     
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  6. gogogo

    gogogo Registered Member

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    Yea, Camtasia has all you need.

    If you are on Linux, you can try Kdenlive.
     
  7. prouser01

    prouser01 Junior Member

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    Okay I found a desktop software that does what i wanted.

    However, I will rather use a online video joiner rather then a desktop software because of my low CPU power. Therefore, does anyohne know an online video joiner that does BATCH PROCESSESING, instead of working on only 1 file at a time? (Already checked onetruemedia.com and motionbox .com but they both do not do batch processing!)
     
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  8. prouser01

    prouser01 Junior Member

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    and the desktop software was formatfactory