How to join video clips
Normally, you will be very easy to find many film clips, you have to watch them one by one, it is extremely troublesome, and sometimes you just want to watch your favorite parts. This time, if these movie fragments can be combined, it is very convenient to watch and save your time. Here we offer Open Video Joiner and Ultra Video Joiner for you, they both have the function of joining video clips easily. (To learn Open Video Joner, please click here.)
About Ultra Video Joiner
Ultra Video Joiner is a professional video clips joiner which join or merge multiple video files into a large one. It supports so many video formats including AVI, Divx, XviD, MPEG, WMV, ASF, RM, MOV, 3GP, MP4 formats. and it can join video clips toto AVI, Divx, XviD, MPEG, VCD, SVCD, DVD, WMV formats. (It already includes all video encoders and decoders, you don’t need download any other codecs)
Above Download_avi-pro-regnow.exe is Ultra Video Joiner downloader from Regnow of Digital River Inc (Nasdaq: DRIV). When the exe file is running, it will download the setup file from the fastest server. The firewall on your computer may popup the request for Internet access. Ultra Video Joiner has been tested thoroughly which means the product are 100% CLEAN.
1. Click “Add Files” Button to select the source video files you want to convert.
2. Edit the source video files, if you like.
3. Sepcify the directory for output files by clicking the ‘Change…’ button, or just use the default directory.
4. Change the output file format as you like.
5. Sepcify the others settings.
Output Quality: Higher video quality means a larger file size, so you need to balance the tradeoff between file size and quality.
TV Type: If you’re in North America, Japan, Korea, the Philippines and parts of South America, you use NTSC. Most other areas of the world use PAL.
Aspect Ratio: it means the ratio between the width of the picture and the height of the picture. Normal TV’s aspect ratio is 4:3 (1.33:1), HDTV’s aspect ratio is 16:9 (1.85:1)
Add letterbox to keep aspect ratio: Letterbox refers to the image of a wide-screen picture on a standard 4:3 aspect ratio television screen, typically with black bars above and below. It is used to maintain the original aspect ratio of the original source (usually a theatrical motion picture of 16:9 aspect ratio or wider).
6. Click ‘Join’ Button to join video clips.
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