Want to join your iPhone Videos?
Just 2 Steps. Add any number of videos & Click Join Video. That's it!

Watch how to use video here : (Or Click 'Any Video Joiner Support' Link)

Steps :
1. Add any number of video files.
2. Change the sequence or output resolution if needed.
3. Click "Join Video". That's it!

● Criteria to be met for joining without re-encoding - Same Container, Codec & Resolution. (Same Device or Camera).
● Supports most video file formats, codecs and containers.
● Input videos can be of any resolution.
● When non re-encoding criteria are not met the output will be encoded to a mp4.
● Ability to specify the output resolution.
● Ability to the change the sequence.
● Know total output duration before joining.
● VOB files are not supported.

Please contact me via if you have trouble joining videos. I will try to help ASAP. Leaving comment doesn't help me in fixing the issue for you.

What's New

Version 1.4

Bug Fix.

Ratings and Reviews

worked as advertised


I took high resolution video on a Canon Vixia HFR400, not realizing that it was splitting the recording up into separate files every 4GB (approximately every 15 minutes). I was able to split the video into smaller clips as I wanted with QuickTime Player (free on Macs). (It wasn't extremely clear how to save a single clip to a new file, but you could delete the unneeded parts, duplicate to a new file, then same to the same format it was originally filmed in, then undo to get back the other clips you wanted for a different file.) QuickTime Player could also combine clips, but then would only save them as .mov rather than .mp4, and only in a lower framerate than the original recording. I researched other free options for joining videos but all had mixed reviews, including some complaints of the programs containing malware. This program did exactly what it said it would do, which was join the two .mp4 files (which were originally filmed on the same device with the same settings) without transcoding, and thus there was no change in quality and it merged the files very quickly. I was also pleasantly surprised that I could not hear any audio glitching in the merged files, which was a surprising bonus. (QuickTime Player's merged .mov file had an audio glitch.) But, the merge was not perfect -- there is a video glitch where the two clips were merged. Not sure if there's any software that could have avoided it. Overall, this is not something I need to do very often, so was glad there was a curated app in the App Store that could do it for $5.

Product will not join .avi, .mp4


Description is very misleading “Will join most file types”. It will not join widely used formats such as .avi & .mp4. Seeking a refund, I have contacted the company but they have not responded.

Any Video Joiner 1.2


This program is exceptionally easy to use. it’s perfect for what I need it to do. I usually end up with 4 to 5 clips on our iPad of the same event. I open Any Video Joiner, select the clips, click Join Video, and moments later I have one joined video to import into iTunes for viewing on our Apple TV.

And the customer service is outstanding. I had an issue with the right perspective being preserved. I submitted the issue to the developer, and within a few days had full resolution!

I highly recommend this App!


Shakila Muruganandh
20.4 MB
Age Rating
Rated 4+


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