TunesKit Video Cutter
TunesKit Video Cutter
1.0.0.10

2.0

TunesKit Video Cutter free download for Mac

TunesKit Video Cutter

1.0.0.10
07 April 2017

Trim videos losslessly and easily.

Overview

TunesKit Video Cutter is a smart and free video cutting tool to help users trim videos losslessly and easily. With the simple yet professional design of this freeware, everyone can operate the video splitter with a few clicks only. It supports cutting almost all popular video formats, including M4V, WebM, ASF, TP, AVI, MTS, M2TS, MP4, MPG, DV, 3GP, WMV, RM, RMVB, MOV, DAT, FLV, F4V, MKV, H264, VOB, OGV, etc., with 100% lossless quality preserved. It also enables you merge different segments cut from the same video into one single video. By using this easy-to-use video cutter freeware, you can freely cut the large videos to small segments while removing the unwanted parts of any video clip. In this way, you can make your own new movie clip and share the newly created video scenes to your friends. Besides, it runs pretty fast at 30X faster speed, which surpasses most of other similar video editing tools on the Internet.

What's new in TunesKit Video Cutter

Version 1.0.0.10:
  • Added search function to the "Converted" window
  • Fixed the "Average" splitting error

1 TunesKit Video Cutter Reviews

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BobbyThompsonRocks
16 October 2017

Most helpful

When does a thousandth of a second equal 2 seconds? When Using TunesKit... I've been trying to find a way to remove about 30 seconds off a video without re-encoding the entire thing. This app if I set a start time of: 00:00:31.865 The crop includes about 2 seconds of time I do NOT want in front of the video. On the other hand, if I set TunesKit to start at: 00:00:31.866 The video starts around 3 tenths of 1 second too late, starting the video in the middle of a word... I also notice, oddly enough, that the end result is well over 1 GB smaller than the source, even though I'm chopping 30 seconds of a video that is well over an hour long... Not as lossless as it would seem.
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Version 1.0.1.7
BobbyThompsonRocks
16 October 2017
When does a thousandth of a second equal 2 seconds? When Using TunesKit... I've been trying to find a way to remove about 30 seconds off a video without re-encoding the entire thing. This app if I set a start time of: 00:00:31.865 The crop includes about 2 seconds of time I do NOT want in front of the video. On the other hand, if I set TunesKit to start at: 00:00:31.866 The video starts around 3 tenths of 1 second too late, starting the video in the middle of a word... I also notice, oddly enough, that the end result is well over 1 GB smaller than the source, even though I'm chopping 30 seconds of a video that is well over an hour long... Not as lossless as it would seem.
Like (1)
Version 1.0.1.7
Free

2.0

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • OS X 10.8.0 or later
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