Combine Multiple Videos in Adobe Media Encoder

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This tutorial explains how to combine multiple videos into one video using Adobe Media Encoder. You can do this in seconds instead of jumping into Premiere or another NLE and stitching them together.

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The TL;DR on this is to select all your files first. Drag them the videos you want to combine into Adobe Media Encoder. Before letting go of the mouse, in the Queue panel, drop them onto the section that says, “Drop here to stitch clips together”.

Combine Videos in Adobe Media Encoder
Drag the files onto “Drop here to stitch clips together”

Boom! That’s the gist of it.

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