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    Best way to splice two video files together?
    I have two separate video files that i need to splice together seamlessly into one. What is the best way to do this? Oh yeah they are .avi files if that matters.
    Thanks in advance
    Dr. Insano, PhD
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    If you have Quicktime Pro and the movie will play in quicktime, it's actually really easy:

    1) Just open the first movie and scroll all the way to the end.
    2) Select and copy (command+c) the second movie file in the finder
    3) Switch back to Quicktime and paste in the second movie and the end of the first movie (command+v)
    4) Hit Command + S to save the altered first movie.

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    Any other options besides QT Pro? Unfortunately I don't have pro. Does VLC have this capability?
    Dr. Insano, PhD
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    visualhub will do this... best 20 dollars i have ever spent

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    Yes visual hub is very good at many things.
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    Click Tools Then select Join AVI Files

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