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I used OBS Studio to create five recordings.

Now I need to submit them as just one file on YouTube, so my five .mkv files has to be merged into just one file.

Can it be done in OBS Studio, if so how?
(I didn't manage to do find a way)

Are there any other free tool to download or use online that can fix this in an easy and controllable way?
(Preferable with the possibility of transition effects, like in this Premiere Pro demonstation if possible)

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    OBS is not made for editing. If you're looking for the quickest, free way, check out ffmpeg. You should have some experience using the terminal though. If not, Premiere has a free trial as far as I know. – Florian Claaßen Jun 8 at 8:19
  • Thanks for the tip. And yes, if OBS can't do it, I'm looking for something that can. Also it should be with a easy to use graphical UI. – Ola Ström Jun 8 at 10:33
  • In that case, ffmpeg is out of the picture. You can try the free trial of Premiere and use something like Filmora or any free software. There are a bunch of threads on here for free editing software, you should definitely find something there. – Florian Claaßen Jun 8 at 11:00

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