How to Mix AVI Files
Don’t know how to mix several AVI video files into one? The answer is to use a movie editing software tool to mix these AVI videos together into a single .avi file. And the tool must be a reliable one – mixing your AVI files without any video and audio quality loss.
You don’t need to take great efforts to search for such a great-quality AVI mixer. Here, I directly recommend Wondershare Video Editor (Video Editor for Mac to help you do this job easily. With it, you can feel free to mix two or several AVI videos into a complete one, even just mix these segments you want from AVI files into a seamless one.
1 Import AVI files to this AVI mixer
In this step, you need to import all AVI clips you want to mix together. After you run this AVI mixer, you can click "Import" option to browser the AVI files you want on the computer and then load them to this app’s User’s album. Or you can directly drag and drop these target AVI files from the computer to this app’s album.
2 Mix AVI clips
To mix two or several AVI video files together, you just need to drag them from your album to the Timeline at bottom. But you must arrange these files on the Timeline according to the play order. So you’re advised to drag them from the album to the Timeline one by one. After that, you can click the Play button in the Preview window to view the effect in real time.
Note: If you want to edit some video clips, such as rotate, crop, split video, add title, transition effect and more, you can right click the clip on the Timeline and then choose your wanted editing tools to do these jobs. To see more details, you can go here Edit AVI files>>
3 Export a new AVI video
When everything is done, you need to hit the “Create” button to select one of the export methods below.
”Device” tab — Transfer your video creation to most devices like iPhone, iPad, iPod, HTC, PSP, Xbox etc.
”Format” tab — Save the complete video in almost any popular video formats on your computer, including AVI format.
”YouTube” tab — Share your masterpiece on YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.
”DVD” tab — Burn the new video to a DVD disk, or any DVD folder file.