I have a 90-minute webinar recording that has 2 separate files. One is an AVI file which contains the video portion only. The other file is a WAV file of the audio portion of the Webinar. I need to have the 2 files combined together so that they sync nicely and so the audio matches what is showing on the video. Then I need the webinar with the combined video and audio to be converted to an FLV file that can be shown online on my website via streaming video. The audio and the video recordings of the webinar did not start at the exact same times. So you may need to either cut out parts of the audio or video at the very beginning of each to sync them nicely. Once the audio and video recordings are synced nicely at the beginning, we just recorded the webinar all the way through to the very end. So this should be a fairly easy job for anyone who has ever worked with audio and video before. Please reply if you have any questions. Thank you!
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