VidCutter, the open-source video trimmer app we mentioned back in January, is back with a new release — and it’s a big one. The cross-platform Qt5 app lets you quickly and easily trim, split and join video clips without needing to re-encode. VidCutter 3.0 sees a complete rewrite of the multimedia backend, which now uses libmpv for viewing […]
VidCutter 3.0 Released with New Features, MPV Backend, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
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