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Video Cutter does Cut, Trim and Join videos. Video Cutter is a Windows software for quick and easy video trimming, splitting, merging and joining for simple quick video edits. Video Cutter is a best video editor that does video trimming and merging, that's all. Since it doesn't provide advanced features, it is fairly simple to use and that's what makes it more useful for simple editing tasks of splitting or joining videos. Easy-to-use video cutter and joiner that supports most popular file formats and enables you to quickly trim videos without otherwise altering them. Video Cutter can work with most video formats, such as MPEG 1/2, MPEG4, DivX, Xvid, AVI, WMV, Quicktime MOV, Flash video and more, the output video can have a good video quality. No need any professional IT stills, No need any knowledge about all kinds of video formats, it is so easy to use. Without any adware or spyware, this simple software is 100% clean and secure for you. Video Cutter is not a full blown video editor but focuses on cutting media files exclusively. While that makes it less attractive to users who require other video editing tools as well, it is ideal for users who want to cut a video or audio file quickly and without having to read through hundred pages of documentation before they can even get started. Video Cutter video editor features: SmartCut - frame accurate cutting technology. Reorder clips however you like. Video cutting & joining in one super fast action. libmpv based hardware accelerated playback engine. Backend supported by the power of FFmpeg. Save project to continue setting up clips later. OpenGL video rendering. Supports most of the common video formats such as: AVI, MP4, MPEG 1/2, WMV, MP3, MOV, 3GP, FLV. Simple interface. Trims and merges the videos, nothing more than that.
Price USD29.95
License Free to try
File Size 58.04 MB
Version 2.0
Operating System Windows Windows XP Windows Server 2008 Windows Server 2016 Windows Vista Windows 7 Windows 2003 Windows 2000 Windows 10 Windows 8
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