How to Join/Combine/Merge Video Files Together

By May 10,2017 17:44 pm

Downloaded multiple video files and want to join them together into one file? It's an easy job for most video joiner software. But the resulting are usually poor quality. So the question is: what video joiner or video merger can combine video files without quality loss?

Here I humbly recommend Wondershare Filmora (originally Wondershare Video Editor), which can automatically join video files together without or with transitions. It joins videos in 1:1 quality, whatever the files with the same or different file extensions. Now read on to get more information about this easy-to-use video editor and learn now to join videos together.

Easy-to-use Video Joiner: Wondershare Filmora (originally Wondershare Video Editor)

Wondershare Filmora (originally Wondershare Video Editor)

  • Quickly join and without any quality loss.
  • Support different video formats, including MP4, AVI, WMV, MOV, MKV and more.
  • Add transitions between scenes/clips from 48 effects.
  • Easily make a Picture-in-Picture video (another way to join video files).
  • Save your video in different formats, directly upload online or burn a DVD.
  • Supported OS: Windows (Windows 8 included) & Mac OS X (above 10.6).
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    Import video files to join

    Import video files to join

    You can either click "Import" button on the primary window and select files from your computer, or just drag and drop files from Windows File Explorer to the User's Album. In the User's Album, all imported files will be displayed in thumbnails. Double click any file to preview in the preview window on the right hand side.


    Drag and drop to join video files

    Drag and drop to join video files

    Subsequently, drag videos from the User's Album to the video track on Timeline. All video files will join together as one video without transition. But you can add transitions between video clips as followed.


    Add transitions (optional)

    Add transitions (optional)

    To make the joined videos look like a really intact movie, you can add transitions between clips for smooth change from one to next. To do so, go to Transition tab, and drag the transition you want to the joint of two clips. As for your convenience, you can also right click any transition and a menu will appear with options of "Apply to All" and "Random to All".


    Export video files as one file

    Export video files as one file

    Now preview the combined video and when you are satisfied, click "Create" button to save multiple video clips to a single file. In Format tab, select any format from the list. All popular video formats are supported. If you want to play the merged video file on iPod, iPhone, iPad, choose "Device" and select the thumbnail of your devices. You can also directly upload the joined video to YouTube or burn to DVD discs for playing on TV.

    Video Tutorial: How to Join/Combine/Merge Video Files

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