Allok Video Joiner

Allok Video Joiner 4.1.121

Converter and joiner of video files of varying formats

Allok Video Joiner is a useful, trial version program only available for Windows, that is part of the category Video software with subcategory Joiner & Splitters and has been created by Alloksoft. View full description

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Allok Video Joiner is a useful, trial version program only available for Windows, that is part of the category Video software with subcategory Joiner & Splitters and has been created by Alloksoft.

More about Allok Video Joiner

Allok Video Joiner is a slick program that needs less storage space than the average program in the section Video software. It's a program very heavily used in Turkey, India, and Azerbaijan.

It's available for users with the operating system Windows 95 and prior versions, and it is available in English. Its current version is 4.1.121 and was updated on 2/12/2008.

Since we added this software to our catalog in 2007, it has obtained 36,923 installations, and last week it gained 31 downloads.

Changes

  • Bug fixes

Allok Video Joiner is a powerful tool to join or merge multiple AVI, DivX, XviD, MPEG I/II, VOB, DAT, ASF/WMV files into one large file in various formats. You can add an unlimited number of video files to the list and easily rearrange their order if needed, then merge the video files to AVI (DivX, Xvid ...), MPEG I/II, VCD, SVCD, DVD, WMV/ASF format.

You can even use it to convert a single file. Support different AVI video Codecs, such as DivX, Xvid, MPEG4; NTSC/PAL setting options for DVD, VCD, SVCD exporting; Change the framerate, image size etc as you like. The very user-firenldy and easy-to-use interface lets you easily preview video files, Very quick in conversion speed and no quality is lost!

— User reviews — about Allok Video Joiner

  • kevibhoy67

    by kevibhoy67

    "Allok converter"

    Only converts 50% of the files..You gotta pay to get a 100% so i think this is a waste of time.Nothing was mentioned abo... More.

    reviewed on January 15, 2012