Many people want to join M4V files and don’t know how to do it. Below are some questions people often asked in Apple forum:
" How can I join two .m4v files without re-encoding the files? The basic specs are the same for both the files (resolution, .h264). What's the best way?"
" I have some m4v files where I want to remove some bits and then join two movies together. I'd like to do that efficiently, and more importantly, without re-encoding as this decreases the quality."
- Gerben Wierda
As can be seen from above, most of people want to merge M4V files together using a simple, effective, and quality loss-less method. Maybe you are one of them. In this article, I’ll show you how to combine two or several M4V files into one easily, quickly and without any video quality loss. The trick is to use Wondershare Filmora, an excellent M4V joiner.
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Supported OS: Windows (Windows 10 included) & Mac OS X (above 10.12).
How to Join/Combine/Merge M4V Video Files
1. Load M4V files to this M4V joiner
You have two different ways to import M4V files to this User’s album. One is to click "Import" option to import all M4V clips you want to merge; the other is directly drag and drop the target files to this album.
2. Join M4V files together
In this step, you need to drag M4V files from your album to the Timeline at bottom. To do it, you need to pay attention to the following points:
1.Arrange these M4V files in the Timeline according to the play order.
2.Don’t put one file to another. The operation is designed to split a file.
3.You’d better press the Play button in the Preview window to preview the video effect before export
Note: This M4V joiner also allows you to cut off your unwanted clips before merging. Just drag the top of the red Time Indicator to the place you want and then click the scissor-like icon. In this way, you can extract your unwanted segment. At last, select the clips and hit the “Delete” icon to remove it.
3. Add transitions (optional)
Maybe you also think of adding transition effects to make your videos more unique and stylish. It couldn't be easier with this video editor. To do this, just hit the "Transition" tab above Timeline, and drag your favorite transition effect between two clips. If you want to add a certain transition effect to all the video files, right click on it and choose "Apply to All".
4. Export a new M4V file
Press the “Create” button to pop up the Output window, click “Format” tab, select output format here. Click “OK” to export the new file. After conversion, the new, complete M4V file will be listed in the M4V file joiner’s default output folder. To find it, just click the “Open Folder” button at the bottom of the main interface. You can also go to other tabs to try out other output methods.
Check this video tutorial to know more:
Liza Brown is a writer and a lover of all things video.