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Movica http://lib.giveawayoftheday.com/Movica_23856/ is a free graphical user interface for some command-line tools. These tools deal with the edition, splitting and joining of WMV, RM, FLV, and MPEG files. Movica is to these formats what VirtualDUB was to .AVI. With a very simple user interface, Movica allows you to carry out several operations. When you first launch the application, you will see all the supported operations at the top of the window in the form of tabs. Clicking on each tab will show you the options for each operation. For example, the Split tab obviously allows you to split videos. You can do this in three different ways. You can set the time at which you want the video to be split, you can split the video in as many parts of the same duration as you want, or you can simply set the video to be split in specific sizes. Every feature of this app is very simple. The application does a great job of making command-line tools accessible to the average user. Movica even has a video player that plays all the formats supported by the app. I like the fact that Movica can save parts of a movie without re-encoding it, which saves lots of time. « less Review licensed from Publisher description Editing AVI files is easily done through VirtualDub but for .wmv and .mpg files the tools are less easily available. Two very good command line tools are available for editing these files viz. AsfBin - Very well done editor for Windows media files MpgTx - A tool being developed largely for POSIX apps. FLVtool - Metadata updater and flv movie editor All these applications are freely available for download for non-commercial use. Movica is a graphical user interface that uses these fine programs to edit movie files. A great deal of emphasis has been placed on keyboard shortcuts to make the job of editing easier. In addition if you have RealProducer 11 Basic, you can edit .rm movies using Movica as well. Briefly what you can do is - - Select or delete multiple portions from a video file. - Copy, paste and fine tune the selections. - Join multiple files together - Split movies into smaller ones - Keep editlists that let you play selected parts of the movie without editing Though initially meant for video files, support for audio files has been added. You can edit, join and split .wma and .mp3 files.

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Editing AVI files is easily done through VirtualDub

AsfBin - Very, very well done editor for Windows media files http://radioactivepages.com/english/asfbin.html

MpgTx - A tool being developed largely for POSIX apps. Tiny. http://mpgtx.sourceforge.net/

flvtool - A tool meant largely for metadata management http://inlet-media.de/

Only MpgTx and flvtool are open-source tools. [Please bear in mind that you should get a license for AsfBin if you choose to use this for commercial use]

Movica uses the Windows Media Player to play movies, which should already be on your computer unless you explicitly removed it.

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