Video Joiner for Mac: How to Join Videos in Mac
Sometimes you just shot or captured several movie or video clips and want to join them so that they can be played simultaneously on your Mac. How to do that?
Well, it’s never a big task if you have a simple and effective mac video joiner - Video Editor for Mac. This video editing tool offers an easy way to join your videos together and also provides many tools to help you edit movies in many different ways. Download Video Editor for Mac right now and learn how to join videos in Mac by following the simple step-by-step guide below. (Tip: If you’re a Windows user, click here to check out how to join videos in Windows)
1 Choose the Files You Want to Join
Download this mac video joiner and launch the program. Then select the target files from the media browser and directly drag-n-drop them to the video track. You can also click “Video Recording” and use built-in iSight to record some video clip to join.
2 Drag-n-drop Your Videos to the Timeline
Then it takes just a couple of clicks to join the files: put all the files in the working area and change the order you want them to be joined.
3 Add Transitions (Optional)
Now you can add stylish transitions between the each clip. Choose one of the transitions for all the fragments, add a different transition for each fragment manually or select random transitions. To do this, go to the Transitions menu in the upper right, then drag-n-drop the transition you want between any two video fragments. Then double click the chosen transition in the working area and set the timing.
4 Save the Edited Video
If you're satisfied with the result, click “Export” and then choose from these variants: save video in the format of your choice, upload to YouTube, burn to DVD or convert for viewing on your mobile phone or tablet.
It doesn't matter whether the joined video fragments are in different formats or not, the resulting file will be saved as the format you choose (you can choose any video format, including MOV, M4V, AVI, MP4, WMV, FLV and HD). Then select the required output preset in the window and click “Create”. After a few seconds, the file will be saved and the folder containing the joined video will open automatically.