There are plenty of programs for editing .avi files, but certain formats - like .wmv, .flv, .rm and .mpg files - are not as well catered for. Movica aims to solve this by allowing you to edit these formats in one program via a simple graphical user interface.
The Movica developers have attempted to make this as simple as possible by creating tons of desktop shortcuts. In a nutshell, Movica allows you to select or delete multiple portions from a video file, copy, paste and fine tune the selections and join them together.
Once the selections are made, you can refine them by using a slider which appears at the bottom. The resulting output image from the converting engine is shown in the 'Trace' window which will also display a simple 'Success' or 'Failure' message. The problem is that sometimes the "Failure" message will appear when the cut has been a success, so check the files first before taking Movica's warnings too seriously.
Movica is a simple, open-source app for basic editing and splitting of less usual formats.