When we finish a project for an animation, the result sometimes is a set of video files. For each scene or shot, we render a new video file. Unless you want to select those files and play them individually, the overall project should be presented as a single piece. For that, we have to merge all video files into a single presentation.
For this task, Blender has a tremendous advantage, because it has a built-in video editor, which allows us to edit and merge these files without the need of video editing software.
To open the Video Sequence Editor, we select it with the Window Type selector:
Now that we know how to ...