How to merge multiple videos into one video
This tutorial will show you step by step how to merge multiple videos into one video using a free open-source video editor.
The steps on this page work for MP4, MKV, AVI, WMV, MOV, FLV, and other video formats.
How to put video clips together to make one video using Shotcut (free)
Shotcut is a free and open-source cross-platform video editor for Microsoft Windows, Linux, and macOS.
1. Open Shotcut.
2. Click on Open File in the top left corner.
A “Open File” window will appear.
3. Within this window, you go to the location on your computer where the videos are.
4. Select the videos.
5. Click on the Open button.
The first video will immediately start playing. You can pause the video by clicking the pause button at the bottom of the video.
6. Drag the first video to the timeline.
7. Drag the second video to the timeline and against the end of the first video.
You can add more videos if you want.
8. You can create a fade transition effect by sliding the beginning of the second video slightly over the end of the first video. So the videos should overlap each other a little bit.
9. When you're done editing the video, you click on Export at the top.
A “Export” panel will appear.
10. In the Presets section, you select a video format.
11. If you want more advanced settings, you click on the Advanced button.
12. When you're done, you click on the Export File button.
A “Export File” window will appear.
13. Select a location on your computer where you want to save the new video.
14. At File name, you type a name for the video.
15. Click on the Save button.
Shotcut will now export your video.
You can see the progress at Jobs located in the top right corner.
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