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Anyone know of a cheap/ free way to Edit an AVI other than Upgrading to QT pro? I can import them to iMovie, but as far as i can tell, i end up with an iMovie project at the end. All i want to do is stick films made up of a few AVI files together to make 1 file.
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Could you not import it into iMovie, then at the end, export them out as a video file? Its what i did when creating videos for you-tube.

(It usually exports the files as .mov files, which can be opened in QT as well as uploaded to you-tube etc)

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Cheers, i'll give it a try.
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