Merging Several Audio Fragments with Movavi Video Editor

Do you have a number of songs that you’d like to join together into a single track, possibly so that you can then insert it into a video – or maybe just to create a unique continuous playlist of sorts? Combining audio tracks to create a single audio file may not seem easy, but in fact it actually just takes a bit of editing to get the job done.

One of the easiest ways to merge audio fragments together is actually by using Movavi Video Editor. As much as it is designed to edit videos, it has all the tools and features you need to act as an audio merger. More importantly it will actually make it extremely straightforward to join as many audio fragments as you like.

To start just launch Movavi Video Editor and click ‘Add Media Files’ then select the audio fragments that you wish to join together. All the audio fragments that you selected will then appear in the ‘Timeline’ at the lower part of the interface, and will initially be in the sequence in which they were added.

If you want you can alter the sequence that the audio fragments appear in by dragging them around within the ‘Timeline’. In fact at this point you may want to use the features in Movavi Video Editor to split the audio clips into segments so that you can discard any unwanted bits.

In any case when you are satisfied with the sequence and contents of the audio track you can save it by clicking on the ‘Export’ button at the lower right-hand side of Movavi Video Editor. When you do you’ll be able to select an audio format of your choice, including MP3 of course.

Prior to saving your video you should explore some of the other features of Movavi Video Editor that may help you to improve your audio track. In particular it can help you to normalize quiet audio tracks, adjust sound levels, or even transform them with special effects.

Should you wish to incorporate videos, you’ll find an even more expanded selection of features that you can take advantage of. With Movavi Video Editor you could apply special effects and filters, insert captions, add animated transitions, and transform your videos in a variety of other ways.

As you can see Movavi Video Editor is more than capable of handling most of your audio editing needs, and using it to merge audio fragments is really going to be a piece of cake. Be sure to give it a try, and maybe experiment with its video editing tools as well as you never know when they may come in handy.

Mars Cureg

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