Free or Inexpensive Program To Combine m2v and wav Files

Hello there.

I've been given two files (an m2v and a wav file) which I'm trying to get up on a website I'm developing.  The files were ripped (by a 3rd party) from a DVD created for the client.  I'm looking for a free/cheap software package that will allow me to combine these files and export them to a format that can be read by Flash 8 Video Encoder.

As always, any help will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

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ttist25Asked:
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ttist25Author Commented:
Hey Shu,

Thanks for the response.  I gave Wiagra a try.  It looks like you can join two video files or join two audio files but, unless I'm missing something, I don't think it will join a video file to an audio file.

My goal is to try to join the .m2v video file and the .wav audio file back together.  When the guy ripped this from the DVD it output separate audio and video files.

Any other ideas?

Thanks again for your response.
crissandCommented:
I recommend Pegasys Inc's products: TMPGenc PLUS is the tool that can multiplex mpeg2 files quick and accurate. But the wave file is better to be converted to mpeg audio. What exactly do you want to do?
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ttist25Author Commented:
Hello Crissand.

Thanks for your response.

I'd like to join these two files together (m2v and wav) and then chop up them up into small clips to post on the web.
crissandCommented:
TMPenc Plus can do both: multiplex and cut. It's an old tool, TMPGenc Mpeg Editor works better.

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ttist25Author Commented:
Ok then.

I'll give it a shot and let you know.

Thanks
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