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Are you looking to join multiple MP4 videos into one? MP4 is a video format, and if you want to join two MP4 videos together, you will need an MP4 joiner. Since MP4 is a popular video format, there are plenty of tools using which you can use to quickly join, merge, or add multiple MP4 video files into one.
While there are plenty of MP4 joiner tools available, you should use a full-fledged editor like EaseUS Video Editor as it offers a plethora of other useful options. Since it is an editor, it provides other useful options, including the ability to trim your MP4 video, add transition effects, and more.
Part 1. Easiest Way to Join MP4 Files
The easiest way to join MP4 files into one is definitely joining them with EaseUS Video Editor. As the name suggests, this software is a full-fledged video editor. It supports a plethora of formats and can quickly join MP4 files into one. It is a mighty editor that will let you add cool effects to video, you can also add overlay text effects to them, add background music, speed up/slow them down, and more.
EaseUS Video Editor is easy to use and gets the job done in minutes. You can also change the order of the videos as per your liking using the editor. Using the tool, you can quickly join MP4 video files in just a few clicks. Follow the steps below to join your MP4 files.
Step 1. Import the source videos
Download EaseUS Video Editor. On the home screen, you can import the source video files by either clicking the "Import" option or simply dragging the videos to the appropriate area.
Step 2. Add to project
You need to add the imported files to the video track by choosing the "Add to Project" option, or you can drag and place the video to the track as you want. The videos will be placed on the same video track in order.
Step 3. Export the merged videos
To combine multiple videos into one, you need to select all the target videos and click "Export" on the toolbar to export the combined video. Under the "Video" tab, choose a file format for the edited video. You can also edit the file name, customize an output folder and settings, and then click "Export".
Part 2. Top Nine MP4 Joiners
There are nine effective MP4 joiners we would like to introduce to you. They all have different features. You may choose one to use after reading the information we give you.
Top 1. MP4 Joiner
It is a dedicated app that's available for Windows and macOS that lets you quickly join MP4 files. The app is open-source and completely free to use. It has a simple and straightforward interface, simply drag and drop all the MP4 videos that you want to join and press the export button. It also offers the option to change the bitrate and the audio sample rate, but that's about it. You do not get any other advanced settings like the ability to add effects that one gets in a proper video editor.
- Free to download and use
- Available for Windows and macOS
- Easy and straightforward to use
- Not available for Linux
- Lacks advanced editing or transcoding options
Top 2. Online Converter
As the name indicates, this is an online converter that can be used to join MP4 files. The tool also supports plenty of other video formats like FLV, MOV, AVI, MKV, etc. It offers no advanced editing options and simply allows you to select and join up to four MP4 files into one. That means you do no get the ability to trim/edit your videos, change their position, add effects to them, and more. While Online Converter is free to use, it does have a restriction of a total file size of up to 200MB.
- Free to use
- Online tool
- Easy to use
- Maximum total file size of 200MB
- No advanced video editing or transcoding options
Top 3. Clideo MP4 Joiner
Clideo is an online tool that will easily let you merge and combine multiple MP4 files into one. It will also allow you to change the order of the videos, and then you can merge the MP4 files into a single video file in a video format of your choice in just a few clicks. Apart from uploading files directly, you can also import videos from Google Drive, Dropbox, or a URL to it. The good thing is that you can also save the merged video file directly to Google Drive or Dropbox. The downside is that the tool does not offer any advanced options like the ability to add effects or transitions to your videos.
- Free to use
- Can be used from just a web browser
- Features Google Drive and Dropbox integration
- Uploading large files can be time-consuming
- Lacks advanced video editing options
- The free account has several limitations
Top 4. iMovie
iMovie is a full-fledged video editor for Mac from Apple that will easily let you join MP4 files into one. Compared to other apps in this list, iMovie is not that easy to use. However, it makes up for it by offering plenty of features, including effects, transitions, and audio effects. You can also easily change the order of videos, trim their length, and change the final export output as per your liking. iMovie is also available on the iPad and iPhone so you can easily carry over your projects from iPhone to your Mac or vice versa.
- Free to download
- Offers plenty of transitions, effects, and video editing options
- Available for iPhone and iPad as well
- No Windows support
- Not as straightforward to use as other tools
Top 5. Format Factory
Format Factory is a full-fledged video and audio converter that will also allow you to split or join MP4 files. Apart from MP4, it supports a wide variety of other video file formats as well. The user interface is also pretty easy to understand and use. However, unlike some of the other options in this list, Format Factory does not offer advanced editing options like the ability to trim a video, add various transition effects to them, and more. It is a simple video and audio converter that can also merge MP4 files, and that's about it.
- Free to download
- Supports wide video formats
- Only available for Windows
- No advanced editing options available
Top 6. AConvert
AConvert is another online tool to merge multiple MP4 files into one. It has a slick and modern interface with an easy to use UI. Apart from uploading videos directly to AConvert, one can also import them from other online sources like Dropbox, Google Drive, or a URL. One limitation with AConvert is that the MP4 files you intend to join into one must have the same frame rate and size. It also does not offer the ability to change the order of videos. They will be merged in the order you upload them. Since AConvert is a video converter and joining tool, it does not offer any advanced video editing options as well. While free to use, the device has a maximum video limit of 1GB.
- Free to use
- Supports MP4 and other popular video formats
- 1GB video file limit
- No advanced video editing options
- Does not offer any transcoding options
Top 7. Kapwing
Kapwing is an online video editor using which you can also join MP4 files. The good thing about the tool is that you can upload multiple videos, GIFs, and even photos of different formats, and it will merge all of them into one. It also allows you to change the video order, tweak their aspect ratio, add a background color, trim or duplicate a video clip, add various effects, and more. Of all the online tools mentioned in this list, Kapwing is the most feature-rich one. The free version of Kapwing has a seven-minute video length limit.
- The modern interface that's easy to understand and use
- Feature-rich with plenty of editing options available
- The free version is good enough for essential use
- Videos made with the free account have a watermark that can only be removed after once signs up for a Kapwing account
- 7-minute video length limit in the free plan
Top 8. Open Video Joiner
Open Video Joiner has an old and dated UI, but it can still get the job done. The MP4 joiner is entirely free to use and also has the option of adding transition effects between videos. You can also change the output video resolution, frame rate, and other export settings from the app. The app does have a preview function as well, but it limits the duration of each MP4 to 10 seconds. Another issue with the app is that it outputs the file in AVI format and not MP4.
- Free to use
- Supports multiple formats
- Easy to use interface
- Outdated UI
- Only available for Windows
- The final video output is in AVI format.
Top 9. Adobe Premiere Pro
Adobe Premiere Pro is the most powerful app on this list that can do more than just join MP4 files. It is a full-fledged video editor that comes with plenty of powerful tools and features. Apart from basic options like trim, cut, transitions, effects, and overlays, you can also use Premiere Pro to add speed ramp to your MP4 videos, add motion effects to them, use motion tracking, and so much more. While feature-packed, Premiere Pro has a very complex UI, and beginners are unlikely to understand it easily. It also requires a relatively powerful PC to run smoothly.
- Available for Windows and Mac
- Very powerful video editor
- Not easy to use
- Requires a reasonably powerful PC
There are plenty of MP4 joiner tools. However, some of them are extremely basic, while others are overkill for such a task. An excellent MP4 joiner will not only let you join multiple MP4 files, but it will also offer other useful features like trim, cut, copy, and adding transition and text overlays. Of all the tools mentioned above, EaseUS Video Editor is the best for its smooth and straightforward UI. It also manages to offer the right set of features that users are likely to use without feeling too overwhelmed.