If you have ever recorded video with a camera, you have probably noticed that the entire video is in several clips. This is because the camera automatically splits files at 4GB. Having the entire game or training session in more than one clip is more complex to analyse, so this is a problem you need to address. Here is an easy and free solution. The software we recommend is free, without watermarks, ads or in-app purchases. 

Install open-source VLC media player from its official website https://www.videolan.org/vlc/index.html

1. Launch VLC media player and click on Media menu, select Open Multiple Files from the drop-down menu.

Step 1 - Open mutliple files - Once Video Analyser and VLC

2. Click on the Add button under the File tab, and add the files according to the sequence you want them to play after merging.

Step 2.2. add files - Once Video Analyser and VLC

3. Go to the Play button and click on the Convert from the drop-down menu.

Step 3 - click convert - Once Video Analyser and VLC

4. You will now need to set the location for saving files, and you can keep the merged file anywhere you want on your computer.

5. If you want to change the resolution or convert to another format, click on settings. In the video codecs tab change resolution and in the encapsulation tab change video codec (we recommend 1280×720px, mp4 codec).

6. Click Start until merging is finished.

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