by Pete Alexandrou

VidCutter is an open-source video joiner/cutter application for quickly editing and trimming video files.

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: Pete Alexandrou

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Last revision: Last week

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VidCutter is a powerful open source video editing software that makes it easy to create, edit, and encode videos of any length and format. It was created to make video editing accessible to anyone, regardless of their experience or technical skill level.

With VidCutter users can quickly and easily trim and join video files without needing any prior knowledge of video editing.

-Cut Videos: Easily cut video files of any length and format.

-Edit Videos: Make quick edits to video files with a variety of tools such as trimming, cropping, adding transitions, and adjusting audio levels.

-Encode Videos: Encode videos for a variety of file formats and devices with an intuitive user interface.

-Real-Time Preview: Preview edits in real-time to ensure quality before saving.

-Live Viewer: See a live preview of the video while making edits.

-Multiple Formats: Support for a wide variety of video formats including AVI, MP4, MOV, and more.

-Video Quality Settings: Adjust the quality of the output video with options like bitrate, resolution, and frame rate.

-Multiple Outputs: Export videos in multiple formats and sizes.

-Advanced Tools: Take advantage of advanced tools such as deinterlacing, color grading, and more.

-Export to YouTube: Easily export videos to YouTube with a few clicks.

-Cross Platform: Runs on Windows, Mac, Linux, and more.

-Open Source: VidCutter is open source and free to use.

-Integrated Online Services: Integrates with YouTube, Vimeo, and other online services.

-Metadata: Automatically add and edit metadata such as title, description, and tags.

-Scripting: Automate video editing operations with JavaScript scripts.

-Customizable UI: Customize the user interface with themes and skins.

-Plugins: Extend the functionality with plugins and extensions.

-Command Line: Control VidCutter from the command line.

-Multi-Language Support: Available in multiple languages.

-Free and Open Source: VidCutter is free and open source, allowing anyone to contribute to the source code and make improvements.
VidCutter requires a computer running Windows (7, 8, 10) or Linux with a minimum of 2GB of free RAM and 500MB of free disk space. It also requires a compatible video card and display. The software is compatible with popular audio and video formats, such as AVI, MP4, and MKV. Finally, it requires the latest version of FFmpeg to be installed on the system.
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Cameron Q.

VidCutter is a great tool for quickly and easily cutting videos. It's very simple to use, and the interface is intuitive and straightforward. It's also fast and efficient, and I found that I could split and join videos in no time at all. The software also supports a variety of video formats, so I didn't have to worry about compatibility issues. The preview feature is also useful for making sure the editing is accurate. I found the audio/video synchronization to be good as well. Finally, the software is free, which is a great bonus.
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