How to Mix and Merge Several Videos to One on Mac (Mountain Lion included)
Not so long ago, splitting a video file to send it over the Internet was the only option to defeat the low-bandwidth connections. But, the pain didn't end there. The receiver had to merge it too. Merging videos into a single file has a lot to do with formats and codecs. The files can be merged into one on the condition that the files that need to be joined have the same codecs.
Video Editor for Mac is a relief to this limitation for Mac users. It not only supports joining many video files in the same format to one file, but also combines multiple videos in different formats into the whole movie. Check out how to mix several videos into one on Mac.
Preparation: Free download Video Editor for Mac trial version:
Step 1: Load video
Run the program and click File > Add Files or simply drag and drop videos to the program. This video merging software well supports MP4, FLV, AVI, VOB,3GP, MOV, MPG, MPEG, WMV, ASF, MOD, TOD, etc. Besides, popular picture and audio formats are also supported.
Step 2: Merge videos
After importing all the videos you want to merge to the Mac video mixer, you can add transition effects to your video clips. You can click the button Transition, and then drag your favorite one to the track over the video clips to make the video transition more smoothly. If you don't want to choose specific transition effects, you can let the software randomly choose the transition for you.
Step 3: Export
After all the preparation completed, click Share on the main menu and a window appears: select Formats or Devices to convert the merged video to the format for saving on local hard drive or playing on portable devices.
Or click YouTube to upload your masterpieces to YouTube for sharing with the whole network. If you want to keep the video for a long time, you can choose DVD to burn your videos to DVD for long-term preservation.