Split or Merge H.265 (HEVC) Videos Easil

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We’ve written several posts about how to convert/encode H.265 videos with VLCHandbrake. Some guys leave a comment is there any easy to split or merge H.265 files. The answer is Yes. In this article, I will teach you how to.

For joining or splitting HEVC videos, I’ve used Brorsoft Video Converter, which has the functions of combing and splitting and also you can get video files with H.265. Besides cutting and joining functions, you can also trim, add watermark, embed subtitles, adjust the output file aspect ratio to let it fit perfectly with your smartphone or tablet, compress video file size to achieve a smooth and fluently video playback on computer or portable devices, etc.

Note: If you are on Mac, please get Video Converter for Mac.

Steps to Join or Split H.265 Video Clips

Step 1. Import H.265 files

Launch the program and click the add button to import the H.265 files.

Step 2. Merge or join HEVC videos

Option 1. Join H.265 videos.

Check “Merge into one file” at the bottom under the preview window to combine several files into one.

Option 2. Split large H.265 video

If you wanna split a H.265 video, just tap the Video Split button and enable the Video Split function. Now choose the way you want to split- Split file count; split time length; split file size.

Step 3. Advanced Settings

Select the output file location, format and set the necessary parameters (frame rate, codec, video size, etc). You can also click Edit button to trim, crop, add special effect or attach subtitles to your videos.

Step 4. Start joining or splitting H.265 clips

Finally, click the big Convert button to start merging or splitting your H.265 video files. As soon as the conversion is done, simply click “Completed” to back to main interface, and click “Open” button to find generated videos.

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Top 5 Best H.265(Hevc) Encoder/Decoder Review
How To Play HEVC H.265 Videos on 4k TV via USB
Importing iPhone X H.265 to Final Cut Pro X
Transcode And Import h.265/HEVC to Davinci Resolve

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