Chances are good that you want to combine multiple video clips into a new continuous movie. After combination, you may play them without any stop in Windows Media Player, apply wholesale changes to them, and more. To combine several files seamlessly without any sync problem, you need ask a professional video editing tool for help. Here, Filmora is directly recommended to you.
This feature-rich editing software comes a perfect video combiner no matter you want to combine several video clips together, or combine video and audio to make a new video, or combine and mix videos in HD and SD videos. With comprehensive drag-and-drop feature and accurate Timeline based video editing, merging files into one can't be easier with this ingenious tool. Below shows how to do it. Just download it to have a try!
1. Import your media files
Click Import to load media files from your hard drive or drag and drop them directly into the primary window. Since all popular formats are supported by this video combiner, you can maintain the original quality because no beforehand conversion needed.
Now all imported files are displayed as thumbnails in the left pane.
2. Combine video by drag-n-drop
Drag the files you want to combine to the Video Timeline one by one. When they come in place, magic happens: all videos in Timeline have been merged seamlessly together. Check the real-time effect in the right previewing window now.
Want to rearrange the playing order? Just select the file and press "Ctrl+X", and then press "Ctrl+V" in the right position. That's it!
Note: Please don't overlay one video into another, or you'll split the original file into two segments.
3. Combine video with transitions (optional)
Video clips merged together may seem to be awkward if some necessary transitions missed. To solve this problem, this considerate video combiner provides rich free transitional effects for you to pick up. Click the Transition at the top to select your favorite effect, and then drag between every two clips or right click to choose "Apply to Selected Clips". Double click the transition to further customize the time duration if needed.
4. Save the combined video
Now you're only one-click away to get the new single file. Click EXPORT in the middle right of the primary window, and then pick your desired format from a variety of options to save onto your computer.
Alternatively, you can upload your video onto social networking sites like YouTube or Vimeo. Even burning it to DVD for viewing back on your home cinema.
If you want to combine video and audio track, simply drag your desired audio track into the Music Timeline, and then set the duration to match with the video length. Also, it's pretty easy to remove the original audio track and apply your desired music thanks to its Detach Audio feature. Simply go ahead to combine multiple files to create a new file now. Now, download Filmora to have a try!