How to Merge Video Files into One with DVDFab Video Converter?
If you have several video files and want to integrate them into one video for the sake of convenient viewing, DVDFab Video Converter's video merge feature will be very helpful and what you are looking for. Work with it, you can convert various videos despite the quantity and different formats into one single video to any one of the mainstream video formats or outputting to various devices including smart phones, tablets, game consoles, TV Boxes, etc. No matter how you customize the output video, it will always be of stunning video quality.
Now, let's cut to the chase and follow the guide on how to merge video files into one with DVDFab Video Converter step by step.
Step 1: Run DVDFab, and add the videos you want to merge
Double click the desktop icon of DVDFab application to get it run. For higher and instant video experience, I suggest you upgrading your DVDFab to the latest version if your DVDFab is in the previous version. Then, drag & drop the video files you want to merge or clicking the "+" button at the central region or the "+Add" button at the upper left of the main interface to add the local video files in.
Step 2: Check the video titles on to navigate to the Merge operation window
Seconds later, all the sources will be loaded in followed by listing on the operation interface. Usually, all the titles you added in will be selected by default. And if you just need part of them, check what you need on. By selecting more than one tile, the Merge option beside the Edit tab becomes enabled. Click it to enter into the Merge window. You can change the order by either press the video preview window on and move to the place you need, or drag & drop the title to be place you need after clicking the OK button to go back to the operation window. By clicking the OK button, you have made a video contains the tiles you need with the order you set.
The rest is just the same as the normal video conversion. You can set the preset for the output video by clicking the profile switcher located in the left panel to enter into DVDFab's profile library. Here, rich profiles are presented in front of you. You can choose to output the to-be-merged video to any mainstream video format like MP4, MKV, FLV, WMV, M2TS, etc. You can also convert it to be a 3D video with format of 3D MP4, 3D MKV, 3D M2TS, etc. Also, you can convert the to-be-merged video to any one of H.265 video formats to greatly compress the video while maintain the original quality. Apart from the Format part, you can convert the video to devices like smart phones, tablets, TV Boxes, game consoles, etc. Whatever you need, you can find in DVDFab's rich profile library.
Step 3: Customize the to-be-merged video to fit for you need
As a powerful and versatile video converter software, DVDFab Video Converter also gives you the power to customize your to-be-merged video like making settings for the resolution, frame rate, sample rate, bit rate, etc. If you choose to convert it to 3D format, you can select the 3D format among Split screen, two separate films and Anaglyph 3D. The output video is fully in your control. If you just select one of the to-be-merged titles, you shall notice that, anything you set for it in the advanced settings part will be produced in the rest of other titles.
For specific output effect, you can also trim, crop the to-be-merged video with the Edit feature. And you can also add a watermark including text watermark and image watermark, or external subtitles in the output video. All of them come with customize settings. Also, anything you set for one title will be produced in the rest of other titles as one integrated video effect.
Step 4: Begin the video merging
All things get ready. Now, you just need to make a click to trigger the Start button at the bottom right corner of the interface, the video merging will be running immediately and finished in several minutes. The final processing time will vary and totally depends on your PC hardware performance and the source size.
Now, you can have a view of the output video after finishing the video merging process. Have a nice time!