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    Hi folks,

    I am looking for a program that will take multiple avi files and join them into one file. Any suggestions would be great.

    Thanks for the help.

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    You did not specify your openSUSE version, but you can try this. Open up a terminal session and type the following command:

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    avimerge -o OUTPUT.avi -i INPUT_1.avi INPUT_2.avi
    To find out if the program exists and where it is located, try this command:

    Code:
    which avimerge
    To get more information on how the command works, try this command:

    Code:
    man avimerge
    All commands are issued in a terminal session.

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    Default Re: multiple avi files into 1 file

    thanks for the quick response. Looks like I have some reading to do. I am using 11.3 kde. I have 2 part avi movies that I want to combine into one part. Not really looking to make a dvd. Thanks for the help.

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    southernyankee wrote:

    >
    > thanks for the quick response. Looks like I have some reading to do. I
    > am using 11.3 kde. I have 2 part avi movies that I want to combine into
    > one part. Not really looking to make a dvd. Thanks for the help.
    >
    >

    avidemux is also an easy to use program which can append avi files together
    (if you prefer a gui, you can also use it without gui - avidemux2_cli),
    otherwise the avimerge mentioned before does a good job.

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    avimerge does not seem to be on my system. Avidemux does what I need it to do and is very easy.

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    avimerge is part of the package called transcode which can be downloaded from Packman:

    "http://packman.jacobs-university.de/suse/11.3/"

    Add this repository, if not already present, search on transcode and install the application. You then should have the program avimerge present.

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    thanks for the help jd.

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