Trim, Split Any Videos Using VidCutter in Linux

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VidCutter is a simple and efficient video cutter app.

Based on cross-platform Qt5, this simple and powerful app comes with a nice and elegant UI. The app uses the cross-platform audio/video codec library FFmpeg for its backend video manipulation.

The UI have five simple buttons which takes care the all tasks. Once the media is loaded, you can click “Clip Start” button and drag the handle in the timeline till your desired end point, then you click “Clip End”. Once that is done,, click Save Video to save the video in the source format.

You can also do multiple clipping in a single session from a single video source.

How to Install

To install VidCutter in Ubuntu 16.04, 16.10, run below commands from terminal:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ozmartian/apps
sudo apt update
sudo apt install vidcutter

If you don’t have FFmpeg installed, you can download and install via below:

wget https://launchpad.net/~ozmartian/+archive/ubuntu/apps/+files/gstreamer0.10-ffmpeg_0.10.13-5ubuntu1~trusty2.1_amd64.deb
sudo gdebi gstreamer0.10-ffmpeg_0.10.13-5ubuntu1~trusty2.1_amd64.deb

For other installation options visit this page.

Report any issues @GitHub.


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