For joining two video files a you generally need a video editor or a specialized tool of the sort. MediaJoin presents you with a simple solution: just choose two media files, arrange them in order the order you want and start the merging process. The program supports the common video containers like AVI, MPEG-1, MPEG-2 and WMV that are decoded, merged and then saved in a local folder. You can customize the output file by choosing the video and audio codec and configuring their settings.
The program can save the merged file as AVI, MPEG-1, MPEG-2 or WMV and does not have to be the same format as the originals.You can also use the application as a video converter although it requires minimum two files to start the processing.
MediaJoin can combine two or more audio files and convert them from one format to another just as easily. The application can add MP3, WMA, WAV and OGG files and export the merged file in one of these formats. The user can configure settings like bitrate, channels, frequency and sample rate for the output file.
When you join two audio files the program helps you fill in the ID3 tag information with a dialog window at the end of the process. This option is not set by default but you can enable it in the File menu.
If you want a video merger that is compact, easy to understand and free of charge you might think about trying out MediaJoin.