How to Join and Merge Several Videos into a Single Movie

By | May 23, 2014

Overview

We usually want to join cool videos into one to make a movie or extended video clip. Joining the desired video clips into one could make our life more joyful. And also we can share these creative videos to our families and friends via email, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. But here comes a question, how to join videos in an easiest and fastest way? Let’s learn this lesson together in this article.

How to Join Video Files (Any Video Format)

 Step 1 >> Choose an Easy to Use Video Editing Tool

Gilisoft Video Editor is recommended here, which is an all-in-one video editing tool. It can enable you join multiple clips into one no matter what video formats are.

 Step 2 >> Download and Install

Download Gilisoft Video Editor from the button below.

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When downloading is complete, please run the setup file to install it by following its installation wizard. When installation is finished, run the program, you will see the following main screen of the video editor.

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This is a powerful video editor. Besides video joining feature, it also enables you crop, cut, rotate, and split videos and more.

 Step 3 >> Load Your Video Files

Choose the “Joiner” module from the main screen. Click on “Add File” button to import your source video files.

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 Step 4 >> Set Output Format

Option 1. Select one of the video clips and choose the “Set as the default output format” option. If you use this setting, the output format of your joining videos will be the original video format you have selected.

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Option 2. Choose from output formats options. There are over 50 video file formats you can select to set as your default video file format such as AVI, MOV, VOB, MP4, MKV, MPG, WMV, and more.

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 Step 5 >> Start Joining Videos

When everything is prepared well, the last operation for you is clicking on the big “Start” button to join video quickly. When completes, it will pop up a tips, and click on the “Open Output” to find your joined videos.

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