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The absolute best software for edting WMVs is already on your computer, curt.
Use Windows MovieMaker and you should be able to combine those files with excellent results (assuming the WMV is of adequate resolution, of course).
Thanks for quick response. I will have to explore movie maker a little more. Tried using it a few times, but it was confusing. Does it re-encode the wmv video? If it renders it, what is best settings to get close to original quality of input video?
Have used Roxio Easy Media Creator 9 for combinine video, but it renders the video and quality suffurs.
It all depends on the quality of the video going in and the format, quality and destination of the video you want out, Curt.
But there's now better program for working with WMVs files -- since it's the only program that works with WMVs natively!
Thanks Steve, guess I better study up on Movie Maker.
Probably the biggest hurdle is when using material that has already been compressed, and then going to another compressed medium, such as MPEG-2 for DVD-Video.
Starting with uncompressed Assets will go a very long way to getting the best possible DVD-Videos. Once compressed, much of the data has been lost and will never be available again.