believe it or not, Windows Movie Maker is actually quite good at this, you just need to play around with it a bit. otherwise, if you looking to spend some money, you could look at getting the video editor from Cyberlink (http://www.cyberlink.com/multi/produ...in_4_ENU.html)..
let me know - i can do a bit more investigation for you..
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