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Multimedia nowadays relies on heavy Internet traffic, with various live streaming events, or even periodical shows created by individuals like you and I. However, before they end up on the web, videos need to be edited or converted to a specific supported format. If you’re still looking for an application to do this, AVCWare Video Cutter might be what you need.
With the application successfully installed on your computer, the set of features is yours for testing. The visual design is neat, with a custom-made interface that resembles a common video player, but fitted with a few more controls to trigger different operations. As the name suggests, the main function is splitting videos in smaller chunks, but more can be done.
You can start putting the application to the test by loading files either through the built-in browse dialog or simply dragging them over the main window. Supported formats include and are not limited to 3GP, ASF, AVI, DIF, VOB, FLV, MTS, M4V, SWF, MKV, MP4, NUT, QT, and MOV. You can only load one file at a time, but able to export several more, depending on how you handle the cutting process.
Splitting a video can be done in a few ways. First, you can use the two start and end markers directly on the progress slider to set duration. Second, time values can be manually written down in corresponding fields. The neat part is you can split the video in multiple clips, without exporting after each cut. The video is basically left there for you to chop off parts that are then placed in a list.
There’s an option that lets you combine all cut parts into a single video. Pressing Cut brings up a new panel that lets you configure output quality and destination. Quite an impressive variety of file formats are at your disposal, with a neat distribution according to devices such as phones or game consoles. However, you can take matters into your own hands and choose to manually configure codec settings for custom quality.
Taking everything into consideration, we can say that AVCWare Video Cutter manages to live up to expectations, letting you load a large variety of different video files, cut them into multiple parts, and then decide which you want to export, where, and under custom quality settings. The intuitive interface lets anyone quickly accommodate, deserving a try overall.