Feb 13.2018Version: 6.0.0
An easy-to-use tool for quick and easy video editing.VidCutter for Linux was reviewed by Razvan Iancu
VidCutter for Linux is a free and practical quality video editing software that allows you to easily cut videos into sequences and make the videos you want.
The VidCutter for Linux application is based on the FFmpeg library, which is pre-installed and you can open videos saved in almost all popular formats.
VidCutter for Linux can be useful for novice users who want to cut multiple videos into batches.
Based on a sleek and sober interface, VidCutter for Linux offers a range of tools to cut videos accurately. After importing the video, VidCutter for Linux allows you to scroll through it frame by frame as accurately as possible.
Editing the video is very simple by indicating the beginning and end of the video, using dedicated buttons. With VidCutter for Linux, you can quickly cut and set aside parts of a video that don't interest you and put more interesting sequences in their place.
In conclusion, VidCutter for Linux is an excellent software for users who want to cut videos without changing their format. It supports a wide range of file formats and is very easy to use.
- Hardware: Intel Pentium G4400 - 3.30GHz - RAM 8GB
- Ubuntu 20.04.2 LTS
+ VidCutter has been in our software catalog since Feb 13.2018.
+ The current version is 6.0.0 updated to Feb 13.2018.
Screenshots VidCutter for Linux
Great free video / audi0 processing
AIRWARRIOR Add comment
Very good alternative OS!
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