Part 2. Another Three Reliable Video Joiners on Mac
This part will introduce another 3 best video joiners
that can be used to join multiple video clips together on Mac. Like that, you will have more choices in the time of combining videos on Mac.
Maybe someone has heard Kdenlive. It is a free and open-source video editing software for Mac, Linux, and Microsoft Windows. It supports plenty of formats such as QuickTime, AVI, WMV, FLV, MPEG, DV, HDV, DVD, and many others. What's more, such a tool is equipped with many advanced features. For instance, it gives you the ability to mix video/audio files together, create/crop video/audio/text/image clips, add a series of effects/filters/transitions, render videos, and so forth. However, from the perspective of operability, it is not friendly for beginners.
Avdshare Video Converter
Avdshare Video Converter is an all-around and easy-to-handle program that enables you not simply to batch convert video files but also to merge, trim, crop them with a few clicks. It can work well with all popular and rare file formats like WMV, AVI, DV, MKV, FLV, WebM, 3GP, MP4, MPEG, MOV, M4V, MTS, SWF, MXF, MVI, OGM and more. Besides, its convenient and intuitive interface makes it very simple to operate. By the way, it is made available for both Windows and Mac.
Like Avdshare Video Converter, iDealshare VideoGo is also an all-in-one tool on both Windows and Mac. Strictly speaking, it is a video/audio converter and editor featuring the ability to merge video/audio files. With it, you can easily join video files in the format of MOV, M4V, OGV, 3GP, MPEG, MKV, SWF, etc with 100% original quality. Plus, it allows you to trim, crop, rotate videos, adjust volume, add special effects and watermarks, etc prior to merging.