How to merge video files online
One of the main thorns in iPhone owners' sides is the device's storage limits. Tons of photos and videos, various applications, and downloads exhaust the memory, and there comes a moment when we should weigh all the pros and cons before installing something.
Good news! Now you can combine videos on iPhone, add audio to them or edit your recordings in any other way without downloading yet another app. Clideo service works online, so just make sure your Internet connection is fast and stable, and off we go!
Just several points to consider. This manual is for iPhone users, but all our tools work perfectly on Windows PCs, Macs, and Android smartphones.
You can process files up to 500 MB each for free, but if your recordings are larger, you'd better upgrade your account to Clideo Pro. The more so, it'll allow you to choose the better output quality at the end of editing.
Now, you can merge video files in three simple steps.
Upload files to the tool
Open an ultimate one-in-all Video Editor on your phone in any browser. Hit the "Get started" button
Then tap the caption "Add media to the timeline to start creating video!". Choose files from your camera roll or one of three cloud storage accounts: Google Drive, Google Photos, or Dropbox.
Then select the imported videos and hit the "Add to Timeline" button.
Stitch 2 videos together
Place the videos in the timeline one after another. Turn on the Snap function at the top right of the timeline to make sure there is no overlapping or a gap in between.
At the bottom, you can find different functions: don't hesitate to try them out. If you don't like the result, just hit the left-faced arrow in the top left corner of the screen.
If you want to post your project on TikTok, Instagram, or any other social media, don't forget to change its aspect ratio. Just tap Canvas at the bottom and choose the preset you need.
A hint! You may also add an audio track and turn your project into an artistic slideshow. In such a case, don't forget to mute your original video in the "Volume" tab.
Save the project
When you're done, hit the "Export" button and choose your output resolution. That's where the Clideo Pro subscription comes in handy again.
Once the project is processed, give it a final run and download it to your iPhone, Google Drive, or Dropbox.