Top 4 Tools for Merging Video Clips

Once you make a video, you perhaps get stuck with numbers of video clips. If you really desire to combine all these clips into single one, then you can use video mergers. Video merging tool is a tool to merge numbers of video clips into a single one. There are many easy-to-use apps for merging the video clips. Some of the best video merging tools are listed below:

1. Mergevideo.online

It is a free of cost web-based tool for merging numerous video clips altogether in a single file. You can easily drag the clips into the window, or you can choose them from the list of contents in the file. You can wait for the file loading and then press option of Merge. You can run this tool in either Windows browser or mobile browser without its installation. The resultant video will not be with any watermark or advertisements. It has the speciality in its automation to tackle a multitude of options available in other applications. The demerit of this lies in its default compression feature that can’t be altered. It can be time-consuming in case of loading big video files.

2. Movavi Video Converter

It is an element of Movavi Video Suite. This tool is used for converting the video clips from one to another file formats. It can manage many container files at the side of input and export. You can also adjust the quality of your video clips. There is a big box of editing tools such as trimming, cropping, rotating that can easily impart the effects on clips before merging clips. Its featured editing tools are efficacious. In this application, there is the harmony in between options given and its simple user interface. The demerit of this app is that watermark is affixed with video in case of a free variant. And, its paid variant is much costlier.

3. MPEG Streamclip

It is open-source based application aiming to convert the file of a single video clip. But it can also be employed to combine the files altogether. You can visit the “File” then “Open Files”, and then you can choose the number of files that you want to merge in a single video. It will by default append the number of video files in alphabetical order. In another side, there is no facility to change the order of clips if they are launched in the app. So, it is suggested to put the name of video files before opening them into the app. The speciality of this applies in that you can convert the video clips with the high-quality format.

4. Filmora Video Editor

It has its unique designed user interface and multiple media support. It is not so easy to use as it comes with the complexity in editing tools like transitions, trim, title or tracks. You can either download the video clip via the web or capture on display. You can easily pick out your video clip and produce it by using the Instant Cutter of Filmora. Instant Cutter simplifies the merging process of video clips. But you can’t get watermark free video with the use of a free trial version of this app. Filmora is available with Windows and Mac operating system.

5. iMovie

Whether you have Mac or iOS devices, then you can download this application in the App Store. Its user interface is easy-to-use. You can take the lessons of available online videos here in this application. You can find the box of editing tools through which you can trim, load music track, add transitions, add captions, and more. It is not necessary that both iOS and Mac version of this app will have similar featured tools, but it can have an unsophisticated user interface (UI). It has effective and flexible UI. Its limitation is that it is restricted to use only with the Apple devices.   

6. HD Video Converter Factory

You can merge and keep the video saved without the need of upgrading it to its Pro variant. All the basics are covered in it without any complexity. It adds some simple editors. You can import the videos from your storage base. You can trim and crop the clips prior to converting the videos. Its conversion speed is slow on the scale. In case of a free trial variant of this app, you can’t access the batch processing.

Carl Smith is a self-professed security expert; he has been making the people aware of the security threats. His passion is to write about Cybersecurity, cryptography, malware, social engineering, internet and new media. He writes for Norton security products at norton.com/setup.

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