Programs that allow to link to videos together...

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    I downloaded some videos from youtube and would rather have them as one whole video instead of these these parts. Any program out their that will allow me to do this that are free?
     
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    Movie Maker [​IMG]
     
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    What Raki is trying to say and not very helpfully is that if you use a Windows OS on your PC it has a Video editing program included which most probably is already on your computer called "Windows Movie Maker".
     
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    Premiere Pro. Or if you know your way around AVISynth scripts.
     
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    Virtualdub? =D
     
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    This and avisynth. I don't think virtualdub will open flv files off youtube on its own. An avisynth script using directshow opened with virtualdub should be able to.
     

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