Why is VideoProc the Best Video Merger and Editor?
Basically, many free and paid programs on the market can put video clips together to make one video. But still, we recommend VideoProc as the best video joiner app as it can cover the different requirements of various users. Below are some examples.
1. Merge videos without re-encoding (3 modes)
"I have several MP4 files and I'm looking for a video merger and editor that will allow me to put these clips together to make one video without re-encoding." First of all, to join videos without re-encoding, the source clips should be of the same settings, no matter which video joiner app you're using. In this context, VideoProc offers you options to join videos without re-encoding and combine & process video clips.
a. To combine video clips without losing quality, click the ToolBox on the bottom toolbar and find Merge. By selecting this option, you cannot make any changes to the videos except selecting an output resolution from the Option (video setting buttons are all grayed out). Click Run to merge video files without re-encoding. Please note that if the source videos are of formats other than H.264, it will convert the video format to H.264.
b. To merge and convert videos, first select your target output video format from Popular/Video/Device menu on the bottom toolbar. Then check the Merge box on the right part of the interface. With this option, you can go to the Editing toolbar where you can further process the videos like cut videos, trim clips, crop, rotate, add watermarks/effects/subtitles, etc. as well as adjust the video settings in Option. Click Run to merge the video clips together into your target format.
c. To create MKV file with different videos, select MKV from the Popular/Video menu on the bottom toolbar. Then check the Merge box and you will see the "MKV Multi-Track" option, enable it. With this option, you can also edit and adjust the output video. Click Run to merge all the video, audio and subtitles into a single MKV file.
2. Combine videos of different settings
When a user asking "I'm looking for a program that can join video files avi/wmv/asf/mov/mpg/rm... as I get errors that either doesn't recognize the video file or the two files are different and can't be joined.". Many users say he can't join videos of different formats or fps or other settings because all the characteristics including codec, audio sampling rate, channels, fps... have to match. That means there is another step - convert all the videos into the same settings. There is no such annoyance with VideoProc as it will process videos of any type. You can feel free to add and merge videos from websites, DSLR, mobiles, discs, etc.
3. Merge clips in different quality
"I have two video clips in different quality. Unfortunately on is at high quality... whereas the second one is in low quality. I'm afraid that when I merge the two videos, the quality will be varied. Is there any enhancement that can be made to make the lower quality clip match the other one as much as possible?" Yes, VideoProc can adjust the quality of different clips to the resolution you want.
Click the Option button and you'll see the Resolution option. Click the drop-down menu and all the resolutions of the videos are listed here. You select one from the list and the software will automatically upscale low-quality video to match the high-quality videos.
4. Batch join clips freely
"I have tons of videos that I want to combine together. Personly I use boilsoft video joiner. Great program except for one huge thing: the ability to batch join your files. I can't select videos all at once and for now, I got to select them file by file, join them, delete them and then the next one." That's quite a lot of work. VideoProc allows one-click processing. You can select, add and merge multiple videos at a time. Normally, the videos will be arranged in the orders they are stored on the computer. You can click the right small screen to check if they are the right clip and click the up and down arrow to re-arrange their order.
5. Fastest video joiner app
"Currently I use FFmpeg to merge two videos together which is too much time and resource consuming. I want a quick way to do it." VideoProc applies a unique Level-3 Hardware Acceleration tech, which will take advantage of Intel QSV, Nvidia Cuda and AMD GPU acceleration via the whole process. According to the internal tests, the program is now approximately 5x faster than other similar apps when merging and processing clips.