• There is a program called "virtual dub" that is free, but it is limited to .AVI files only. It may work with different codecs, if you have them installed, but personally I cannot guarantee its capabilities. I do know that it is licensed under the GNU (General Public License - GPL), so it doesnt cost a cent and doesn't include bundled spyware or adware. Take a look at the developers website for its features:
  • There are many, but two I have used are: virtualdub AVIsynth
  • VideoProc Vlogger, Avidemux, and many tools listed in this post can help you merge multiple clips into one.

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