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How to Convert Two Videos into One Single Video with Articulate Replay

How to Convert Two Videos into One Single Video with Articulate Replay

Articulate Replay is one of the components that make up Articulate Studio. This software can be used to create simulations, add videos to eLearning courses. You can also use Articulate Replay to add audio to videos.  You may also want to add images and logos to videos. You can use this tool to import videos of any format (such as mp4, flv, mpeg, 3gp, etc.). You can also add subtitles and embed audio into videos  using  Articulate Replay. I would like to share, in this blog, how to convert two videos into a single video in Articulate Replay.

Just follow the these steps:

Step 1: Open your Articulate Replay Project. Click Video in top left corner of the menu.

Step 1

Step 2: Insert Media dialg box will appear. Now, select your First Video in your local drive.

Step 2

Step 3: Click the Open button in the Insert Media dialog box.

Step 3

Step 4: The First Video is imported into Articulate Replay. Again, click the video tab on the top left corner of the menu.

Step 4

Step 5: Insert Media dialog box will appear. Now, select your Second Video in your local drive. 

Step 5

Step 6: Click Open button in the Insert Media dialog box.

Step 6

Step 7: Second Video is imported into Articulate Replay. After importing two videos, you can add logos, subtitles and audios. After completeing this process, click the Publish button in top left corner of the menu.

Step 7

After publishing, these videos,  is converted only into the MP4 format.

Step 8

These are the steps you need to follow to convert two videos into a single video using Articulate Replay. Have anything to say? Please do share!

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