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Solved: combining 2 files into 1

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  1. larryh10000

    larryh10000 Thread Starter

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    I have 2 separate mp3 files on my hard drive and have been tasked by my employer to make these 2 files into a single file. Is there some software app that can do this or do you have any suggestions on how I can do this?

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  2. Robsy128

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    Windows movie maker?

    Or, if you're using Windows 7, it would be Live Movie Maker now. It's free and easy to use. Just put both MP3 files on the timeline and publish the file :)
     
  3. larryh10000

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    These 2 files are audio files - would Movie Maker work for these?
     
  4. Robsy128

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    Yep, it would :)
     
  5. larryh10000

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    Thanks, I'll give it a try.
     
  6. Robsy128

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    No worries... any problems - let me know :)
     
  7. larryh10000

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    I have never used Movie Maker before so I'm not familiar with how to use it. I have both mp3 files on the timeline and have given the file a name to save it, but don't know how to "Publish it".
     
  8. larryh10000

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    Never mind my last post - Once I have them on the timeline, all I have to do is give it a name and save it. If the boss needs the saved file in a different file format, I have a program that will convert it to whatever format he wants.

    Thanks for your help, and yes, it can't get much easier and cheaper than that :)
     
  9. Robsy128

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    No worries... for future reference, there should be an option to publish the file if you go to File - Publish. That's going from memory, though, but it does give you the option to save in whatever format you like :)
     
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