Speaking WonderStitch’s Language
When copying videos manually, unless you name these folders correctly Z CAM WonderStitch won’t make any attempt to join long clips together. The naming convention is based on the video file names, and you can replicate this relatively simply.
File names follow a specific pattern. They begin with “ZCAM” followed by a four-digit number that identifies the shot, then an underscore, followed by a number that identifies the specific lens (0000 for the right, 0001 for the left). Then after another underscore there’s a number that represents the year, month, day and time.
Take the date and time stamp part of the name, then an underscore, then the shot identifier from the start of the name, and make that the folder name. For example, for a pair of video files named ZCAM0165_0001_202211261830.MOV and ZCAM0165_0001_202211261830.MOV their folder would be named 202211261830_0165. Put the pair of videos into the folder, then repeat with the next pair of clips. Once done, point WonderStitch to the location of these hand-named folders; it will recognize them all and offer to stitch everything together into one long video file. Note that it will do this even if the sets of videos aren’t intended to be rendered together; plan your file and folder structure accordingly.