Top 3 Ways to Combine Multiple Videos into One | Free without Watermark

Written by Kevin Liew on 15 Jul 2020
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From time to time, you may have shoot some short-length videos and want to merge those memories together for sharing with friends or uploading on YouTube, or you have a long video and want to cut the best part, then combine them together to be an eye-catching story. No matter what is your reason, merging two or multiple videos is frequently needed in video creating.

Instead of using some expensive video editors like Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro X, DaVinci Resolve, etc, there are many tools to merge as many videos as you want easily. Today, we will introduce you three easy yet frees ways to merge videos without watermark, 

Part 1: Combine videos with VideoProc (Windows and Mac)

VideoProc is an easy to use and versatile video processing software for Windows and Mac OS, which is a free video downloader, free screen/webcam recorder, video/audio/DVD converter with an editing toolbox. There are many options in the toolbox that are enough to meet simple video processing needs, such as cut, merge, crop, rotate, split, slow down or speed up video, adjust video volume, de-nose, adjust video brightness, stabilize shaky video, remove GoPro fisheye effect, etc. You can also tweak video settings like customize video/audio codec (HEVC, H.264, AAC, etc), adjust frame rate, aspect ratio, etc.To get started, you can download a free licensed VideoProc from their official guide on merging multiple videos.

Step 1. Open VideoProc and click Video on main interface.

Step 2. Drag all videos you want to merge to the software, or load them by click +Video folde.

Step 3. Choose an output format for your merged video, MP4, AVI, MOV, WMV, FLV, etc.

Step 4. Click Merge.

Step 5. Click Run to start merging all videos into one in seconds.

Prefer watching to a tutorial video to learn it quickly? Following is a tutorial video on how to merge videos with VideoProc.

Pros:

  • Extremely fast to merge videos thanks to the GPU hardware acceleration.
  • Support loading videos in batch, 420+output formats for the merged video.
  • Completed solution for video downloading, converting and editing.
  • Crisp interface, easy to use for beginners.
  • Merge videos from different format
  • Able to change the sequence of video clips before merging

Cons

  • Currently not support add audio to video.
  • Trial version allows merge 5-min video for free.

Part 2: Combine videos with VLC  (Windows, Mac, Linux, etc)

The second great way to merge videos is to via VLC. VLC is a free and open source multimedia player for Windows, Mac OS, Linux, Unix, iOS and Android. You can play nearly anything you want with VLC, such as videos/audios from all formats, DVDs, CDs, VCDs, etc. It also has so many useful features to make it stand out from all players, such as cut, rotate, merge and more. Let's see how to merge videos with VLC.

Step 1. Open VLC and click Media on main interface

Step 2. Click Open multiple video or press shortkeys Ctril + shift + O

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Step 3. Click Add to select the video clips you want combine together

Step 4. Click Convert or press shortkeys Alt + O from the drop-down menu.

 

Step 5. Select an output format for the merged file.

Step 6. Click Start to begin merging all videos in the format you choose

 

Pros:

  • Free and powerful
  • Fast to load and merge videos together

Cons:

  • Lack of advanced options
  • Cannot combine videos in different formats
  • Cannot adjust the video sequence before merging
  • Some unexpected errors may happen

Part 3: Combine videos with Clipvideo (Online)

If you do not want to install any applications on your computer, one popular way is to merge videos with an online site like Clipvideo. Clipvideo is a featur-rich online video editing site that lets you to cut, merge, crop, rotate, flip, split, compress videos, adjust video speed, add subtitles and more! To merge videos with Clipvideo, it is very easy. 

Step 1. Click Choose files to select the videos you want to merge.

Step 2. Select the aspect ratio. 16:9 for YouTube, 9: 16 for Snapchat, 1:1 for Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and 4:5 for ads video displaying on mobile devices).

Step 3. Click Merge, then wait for a few minutes to get your merged file.

Pros: 

  • Does not need to sign up at first
  • Easy to use for beginners, no knowledge base is needed
  • Able to select the perfect aspect ratio for the merged video
  • Able to add an audio for the merged video

Cons:

  • Slow to load and merge videos
  • Does not support loading videos in batch or via a folder.
  • Need to upgrade to Premium to remove watermark. (The yearly fee is $72)

Conclusion

Above are the three ways we found easy and effective to combine videos. If you have any better solutions, just comment below. 

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