I have "windvd creator plus" that can do what you are asking. Also here are some "video joiner-splitter" shareware; download it and give it a try.
If vcd resolution is good enough, then just use your "mydvd" and burn a vcd or svcd instead. Anyone with a software dvd player can play them.
I capture video from my analog video camera via Pinnacle PCTV Vision card. This gives me mpg files.I can view the files using Window Media Player or Dell's PowerDVD, When I import the files into MyDVD for editing, I end up with .dvd files. I can burn a DVD from this, but I would like to be able to edit mpg files and save them as mpg files. (this way I can send a relative a video clip on a CD and they are able to see it using for instance Windows Media Player).
Is there a software that can edit mpg files as mpg files?
Or is there a better way to make sure a video clip sent on CD can be seen on virtually any computer??