VidCutter is a straightforward, simple to use, video cutter for Windows, Mac, and Linux devices. It is an ideal program for users who want to cut videos quickly without having to use a full-blown video editor for that purpose.
VidCutter stands at the other end of the spectrum, providing you with a straightforward way to cut videos and join clips without re-encoding them. It is open-source and very easy to use, just the thing for those quick video trimming jobs.
The program 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.
The program is available for all supported operating systems. Binary versions are provided for Windows and Mac systems; Linux users get instructions on how to install the application on Linux devices and if the Linux version supports flatpacks, such a version is available as well.
The interface of VidCutter is divided into three main panes. There is the video preview pane, the clip index listing which highlights start and end times, and the bottom toolbar.
You can load most media formats thanks to FFmpeg support and play these video or audio files directly in the interface; useful for previewing video and audio, and making sure that you have cut the video correctly.
VidCutter shows a row of thumbnails underneath the two upper panes which you use for the cutting and for jumping to positions in the video. You can hide the thumbnails if you prefer that with a click on the toggle thumbnails button in the main interface.
VidCutter Software Feature
- Cross-platform app available for Linux, Windows, and macOS
- Supports most of the common video formats such as AVI, MP4, MPEG 1/2, WMV, MP3, MOV, 3GP, FLV, etc
- Simple interface
- Trims and merges the videos, nothing more than that
What’s new in VidCutter
- Video filters menu option added to the app menu accessed via right-click or the bottom-right menu button.
- Automatic chapters created per clip in your list.
- Chapter names can be edited from their default set values via a new edit chapter option when right-clicking on a clip in your list.
- External media file joins (when wanting to just join a set of files using the ADD button under the Video Index) are fixed
- Added new “Enable use of PBOs” setting under the Video category for use of pixel buffer objects when rendering OpenGL video.
- Fixed a bug caused when removing a clip with a start time but no end time from your index.
- OSD (on-screen display) text defined for all user actions + standardized OSD case and wording/format.
- The main clip list’s scrolling mode changed to per pixel for smoother vertical scrolling and no snapping of clips as they are scrolled into view.
- UI improvements to media stream dialog; most consistent across differing desktop sizes and stream configurations.
How to Crop Video Using VidCutter?
Step 1 Open the VidCutter application and enter the video we will cut into software VidCutter. To enter the video, you will use “open media”.
Step 2 Then select the video to be cut if it is select “open”.
Step 3 Drag the arrow present in the video to where you want to start cutting.
Step 4 Then if you’ve placed the arrow where you want to start cutting the video click the “start clip” button below to start cutting.
Step 5 If it is already shifted the arrow on the video to where you want to end the cutting. then if you have placed the arrow press the “end clip” to end the cutting.
Step 6 Then if the video you cut has entered into “clip index” then the video has been successfully cut and ready to be saved.
Step7 Now saved video into a folder.
Pros and Cons
|It is cross-platform.||Its Crashes often.|
|It is good for a simple split and merges.||It is Not suitable for regular video editing.|
|Requirement||Windows 7 (32 bit), Windows 8, Windows 10, Mac OS Linux|
|File Size||58.3 MB|
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