For those who have no video editing experience, stitching a bunch of scattered MP4 files together seems to be a fairly difficult and tough job. After all, those pricey and esoteric video editing software will put most people off.
But no worries, I'll introduce two incredibly simple ways to sort it out, even if you guys are not tech-savvy enough. Now, read on to figure out how to stitch MP4 files together on Windows 10/11.
Rather than a simple video converter, WonderFox HD Video Converter Factory Pro is more like a multi-functional toolkit primarily designed to simplify all video and audio processing work. Equipped with a handy editing toolbar, it offers a foolproof way to stitch MP4 videos together, and the WYSIWYG interface makes the operation steps much more accessible to everyone.
Install and launchInstall and launch HD Video Converter Factory Pro, open "Converter" module. Then, click "Add Files" or "Add Video Folder" button to add at least two and more MP4 files to program for stitching.
(1) Click "Merge" button on the top.
(2) Press the middle "Merge" button to create a "Pack 1" track in the below section.
(3) Drag and drop those MP4 files from the "Video List" section to the "Pack 1" timeline.
(4) Rearrange the MP4 files sequence by dragging. Click "Merge" button to return.
Tips. You can create multiple packs to stitch different MP4 files together, which is an efficient feature that most other applications don't have.
Press the big "Format" image to open a full list of output format. If you want to stitch MP4 files together and keep the original format, just go to "Video" category and select "MP4" profile directly. Of course, you can choose any option from 500+ predefined presets.
When everything is ready, choose a location on the bottom. Finally, hit "Run" button to stitch video files together on Windows 10/11.
A lot of people don't seem to know that Window 10/11 natively comes with a free Video Editor app capable of stitching MP4 files together with ease. Here's the walkthrough.
Go to your search bar on the bottom and type in "video editor". You're gonna see an app that comes up, then open it.
Click "New video project" button to create a blank project. Then you're prompted to name it.
Click "Add" button to add your MP4 files to "Project library" section. Then drag and drop those files to storyboard below.
Now you can put them in whatever order by simple dragging and dropping. You're allowed to preview the video in the built-in video player.
Almost there! Press the "Finish video" button in the top-right corner to export the stitched video file. 1080p option is recommended for high quality. Finally, click "Export" button to stitch MP4 files together. MP4 is the only output format.
That's all I want to tell you how to stitch MP4 files together without extra unnecessary and complicated jargon and irrelevant material. Pretty simple, isn't it? If this guide really works for you, don't hesitate to give it a thumbs up and share the post through your social media. Cheers!