Sometimes you need to record video, but you want to use only a certain portion of it to convert it to gif or to share with friends online. Here you need an app to crop videos.
If you want to split the video into small pieces, trim the beginning, end, or mount some of the funniest moments in one clip, you can do this in Linux Mint is relatively simple using a utility called VidCutter.
VidCutter works with several popular video formats including AVI, MP4, MOV and FLV.
Using the app is also very simple - just open the video file, set the start and end markers to highlight the required piece and click the appropriate button to save the selection.
The application exports your videos in the same format in which the file originated. So if you opened and cut mp4 video VidCutter will save your fragment in the exact format .mp4.
- Open source;
- Cross-platform application available for Linux, Windows and MacOS;
- Supports most popular video formats, like AVI, MP4, MPEG 1/2, WMV, MP3, MOV, 3GP, FLV etc;
- Simple and convenient interface;
- Trim and join video;
- Perhaps it is more true to the negative, there is no possibility to export videos to other formats. The editor saves the video in the same format that your original file was opened for editing.
Installation latest version into Linux Mint:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ozmartian/apps sudo apt update && sudo apt install vidcutter
May the Force be with you,