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#1 qmuddy2

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Posted 25 July 2018 - 01:52 PM

trying to paste 2 or more audio/video files together , to make 1 bigger file ?   thanks    using nch software and bandicam (trial version); thanks


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#2 Mike_Walsh

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Posted 01 August 2018 - 10:41 AM

Bandicam's all right (I've used it myself, back in my XP days), but.....I wouldn't use NCH software. The darn stuff sinks its hooks into your system so hard it's a nightmare to uninstall. Some have likened it to a PUP, or even malware..!

 

Answers to any question like this are all going to be subjective, in terms of the individual poster's preference. If it were me, however, I'd try something open-source, like OpenShot. It's a very simple, fool-proof, easy-to-use video editor that AFAIK is cross-platform. Even complete idiots can achieve respectable results within minutes.....and I'm no expert, by any means. It's why I like it so much..!

 

I can't speak for Windows webcam software; Linux has its own well-known tools for the job, many of which are unique to the platform.

 

Here's a download link for OpenShot:-

 

https://www.openshot.org/download/

 

.....and here's a complete , easy-to-understand manual:-

 

http://www.openshotusers.com/help/1.3/en/index.html

 

Let us know how you get on, please.

 

 

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Edited by Mike_Walsh, 01 August 2018 - 10:59 AM.

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