Frequently Asked Questions
Using JFuse
Trouble Shooting
Q. How do I unlock the trial? 
A. After you register you will be given a code. You need to enter that code in the window that pops up when your trial expires. Your trial will expire on the 9th attempt to merge files together. Back
Q. What file types does Jfuse support? 
A. Jfuse will successfully merge MPEGs, MP3s, and AVIs, and will split MPEG and MP3 files. Media files of any type can be brought into, and viewed from the History Panel. Back
Q. Can I get JFuse without a credit card or U.S. checking account?
A. Yes. You may send a check or money order through the mail. Click Here for details . Back
Q. Is there a Mac version?
A. Yes. There is now a version for OS X. The download can be found here. Back
Q. When I try to play a file, I get a message saying I need to install DivX. Where can I get that?  


Q. I have MediaPlayer 9 installed, but Jfuse uses the older version. Can I change that?

Yes. Follow the instructions for changing your default media player. The file you will want to choose is usually here: c:\program files\Windows Media Player\wmplayer.exe.


Using JFuse...
Selecting Files:
To select a file, double click on it in the main display. Or, highlight the file, and click the open button. You can also highlight the file and hit the "Enter" key. After you select the file, it will appear in the box on the right. The files must be chosen in the order they are to be merge together. Back
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Merging Files:
After you have selected the files you wish to merge, and they are in the correct order, click the Merge Files button to the right of the screen. Then, choose a name and location to save the file to, and click save. Back
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Removing Files From the List:
If you wish to remove a file from the list of files to be merged, click on the file in the list so it is highlighted. Then click on the "Remove File From List" button. That will remove the selected file and push the remaining files up one position. To select a range of files, click on the first file in the range, then hold down the shift key and at the same time, click the file at the end of the range. Back
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Saving and Using Merged Files:
You must supply a file name for the merged file. When the file has been successfully merged and saved, the status screen at the bottom of the window will display "filename was created". The "Play Merged File" button at the right of the window becomes enabled and you can play the newly created file by clicking it. Back
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Playing Merged File Automatically:
Under the settings menu choice, check the box next to "Auto Play After Merging Files". This will cause files to be played in the default movie player immediately after they are merged. Back
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Changing Default Movie Player:
To select a different movie player, choose "Edit Movie Player" from the settings menu choice. Back
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A file selection box will appear. You will need to click on the executable (file ending in .exe) for the movie player you wish to use. On a typical Windows system, the path to the executable for Windows Media Player would be: c:\program files\windows media player\wmplayer.exe or for Real Player: c:\program files\real\realplayer\realplay.exe . Back
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Switching to File Split mode:
Click on the File Fission tab right below, and to the right of the Help menu choice. You will see a screen like the one below. Select the file you want to split, the number of files you want to split it into, choose the name and location to save the files to, and click on the "Split file" button. A message will appear stating the status of the operation. Back
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Using the History Panel
To get to the history panel, click on the third tab at the top of the JFuse window. The History Panel displays all of the files you have merged. From here, you can select a file and click on the "Play" button. Or you can select a file, or multiple files, and either delete them from the history, or delete them from your hard drive. The difference between the two is, removing a file from the history, will only tell JFuse not to display it. Removing it from your hard drive basically deletes the file. This also causes JFuse not to display it. (You can select a range of files by clicking the first file in the range, and hold down the shift key while selecting the last file in the range. You can select multiple files not in a range by holding down the ctrl key while clicking on files.) Back
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Clearing the History
To clear the history display, or remove all files that are in the history from your hard drive, go to the settings menu and select either "Clear History", or "Remove History Files From Hard Drive". Back
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Importing Into History by File Type and Location
To import certain files from your hard drive, click on "Scan for New Media Files". This will bring up a dialog where you can choose the file types, and the starting directory . Back
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Choosing starting directory for History Scan
To choose a starting directory other than the root of the drive Jfuse is installed on, either type in the path, or click "Select Directory" and browse to the directory. When you find the directory you wish to choose, single click on the directory, and then click "Select". Back
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Force Merge Mode
If you are getting errors trying to merge MPEGs or MP3s together, try switching to "Force Mode". To do this, go to "Settings" -> "Merge Mode" and choose Force Mode. Back
Trouble Shooting
I merge files together, but the file won't play, or it plays only the first clip
If it appears the files were merged, but it doesn't play, or only the first clip plays, try switching to "Force Mode". To do this, go to "Settings" -> "Merge Mode" and choose Force Mode. Back
I am viewing the files through QuickTime, and they will not play correctly, or I get an error.
The newer versions of QuickTime have trouble playing some 'merged' files. Windows users can get around this by using a host of media players, including RealPlayer and Windows Media Player. Mac users can watch AVI files through RealPlayer, or Windows Media Player for Mac. To view MPEG files, you can use this player called VLC. You can download it here. It is a free program. Back
I get errors related to Java, or a message such as 'ClassDefNotFound', 'cannot find class'.
Java is not correctly installed on your computer. Java is needed for Jfuse to run, and we offer an installer with Java bundled with it. It can be downloaded from the download page. Back

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