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How to Join Video Files?

How to Join Video Files?

Have you ever want to upload your recorded camera videos to share with your friends but find that most videos you have are not in the right formats and have some pauses? So, Free Easy Video Joiner - expert at video conversion and video combination, can do the things for you. The program is powerful to convert between almost all video formats and join multiple video files of same or different formats into one large file. And it is easy to use requiring no special knowledge.

How to Use Free Easy Video Joiner to Join Video Files?

Step 1Input Video Files

Launch Free Easy Video Joiner. Click "Add Video..." button () to input video files from your computer to the task list. Use the "Delete" button or "Clear" button to remove the unwanted files. Click "Move Up" or "Move Down" button or by drag the listed files to queue the added video files to meet your demands. You can also click "Play" button to play the selected file with the media player in your system.

Input Video Files

Step 2Preset Output Settings

Click "Select..." button () to choose an output folder to backup the output files. Click "Video" tab () to choose an output format, for example "To MP4" () (there are 2 tabs for output formats: "Video" & "Devices" and each tab contains various output formats). Then, adjust the output quality with the well-configured presets for every format in the "Presets" () dropdown list. Click "Join Now" () to start joining.

Preset Output Settings

Step 3Start Joining

After you hit "Join Now", some joining information and a progress bar will be displayed within just few seconds, like the duration, status and progress of the joining. The post-process options can be chose to play a sound or shutdown the computer when the joining is finished.

Start Joining

When the joining is finished, you can have a view of the general report about the joining. Click "Open folder" () to directly open the output folder to get the joined video files.

Find the Joined Files