How do I unite cd1 to cd2? Is Kino the tool?

Steven Vollom stevenvollom at
Sun Jan 18 15:39:32 UTC 2009

> That was OK so far, now you should append the second movie.
> Select "Append..." from the "File" menu. Select the second movie and
> click "Open". You can append more files if necessary using this method.
> Finally save the combined video with "File" -> "Save" -> "Save Video...".
> Enter a new name for the video (use a ".avi" extension) and click "Save".

Thanks Nils, however, last night I had a ball.  After understanding the 
process using the konsole, I joined about a dozen movies using avimerge.  I 
laughed for hours, I was having so much fun.  When I typed in the '-o' 
or '-i', I would laugh, because I would see those symbols as output and 
input.  And doing the work with understanding was just glorious.

In fact, I can't wait to absorb the logic of each of the commands and 
arguments and their reasons for being applied as they are.  It makes a person 
feel more intelligent, something I rarely get the experience of feeling.  And 
I really don't believe I am as stupid as I appear.  I seriously don't think I 
can get a joining of avi's experience to happen as fast with a GUI, now.  I 
could never get the satisfaction of seeing the computer take off after being 
told what to do properly.  Exhilarating is the only description that 

Thanks though for the GUI instruction.  I want to conquer it too.  Perhaps 
then I can, from time to time, do my part in helping others.  You guys are so 


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