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Re: How to combine few video into one video

Postby TerryDLacey » 02 May 2019, 10:15

Really Quick and Easy Ways to Combine Videos into One

When you are creating a video, you will most likely wind up with numerous different files. Perhaps you did 2 various takes of an interview. Or maybe you wish to stitch in concert footage of the primary subject of yours with B roll.

Regardless of the reason, there is going to come a moment when you have to combine videos. It might just be 2 videos, or maybe it might be an entire slew of them.

There are numerous methods that will allow you to incorporate video clips, but in case you do not understand how to utilize them, it is likely to be a great deal of process. Let's look at how you can mix videos using desktop software program, online options, and mobile apps.
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Re: How to combine few video into one video

Postby RaghuRokra » 08 May 2019, 12:39

there are lots of tool and software available online. you can use to combine few video into one video through those tools.
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Re: How to combine few video into one video

Postby meenati3 » 14 May 2019, 11:29

When you’re creating a video, you’ll probably end up with many different files. Maybe you did two different takes of an interview. Or you want to stitch together footage of your main topic with B-roll.
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Re: How to combine few video into one video

Postby AnastasiaRuda » 14 May 2019, 11:41


The question isn't clear.

A few options.

a) To playback multiple files in a specific order, make a playlist. .m3u files are common. VLC,mpv, mplayer and other players will play them.
b) use regex/wildcard pattern match to play all files in a directory. vlc *4 or mpv *4 will play all files ending in '4', like mp4 files would. This would probably result in alphabetic playback order.
c) If you want to merge 4 videos into 1 video, perhaps in different quadrants of the screen, use OBS. It is a video production tool great for taking conference videos with slides in 1 video input and a talking head in another video inputs, then compositing them together for a single video output. It handles multiple audio inputs too.
d) if you want to concatenate 4 videos into 1 video 4x longer and all the videos have the same resolution, video-codec, and audio codec, then you can merge them into 1 file using mkvmerge -o new-video.mkv file1.mp4 file2.mp4 file3.mp4 file4.mp4 The type of video input file isn't that important if the initial conditions are met.
e) if the input files are different resolutions and different codecs, then transcoding into 1 file will be required. And video creation tool can be used to do that. avidemux is an old one, but still works. openshot is another.

Hopefully, one of those options will work for your needs.
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