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    Exclamation Joining video files

    OK i use Fast Video Joiner to join files, some files are different so i have to convert them to the same video file before i join, but sometimes even after i convert them Fast Video Converter tells me the files are different

    I want to find out what the best program is for converting video files into other video file types?

    atm i am using Total Video Converter

    Thanks

  2. Lightbulb

    Yes, total video converter have a tool named combine media files in advanced menu. The tool can combine serveral video and audio files to one converted video.

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    the files you will join must be competely same
    i expernce it when two .mpeg files convert successfully ,one is ,another not ,convert it ,join them ,fail
    i have no idea about it
    so i do my best to make the original same files!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fighting Irish View Post
    I want to find out what the best program is for converting video files into other video file types?
    for join video, i'm using VideoCharge,

    1. Join diffrent file to any output video format

    2. Join (without recomoress) same as files

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