Is there a way to just clip a video to a certain length with ffmpegX (or command line directions, I guess)?
I have an mpeg2 that I just want to clip off the last few minutes or so. I see the 'split' and 'join' options, but to get reasonably approaching the length I want may require a variety of strategic operations. Is there just a way to clip a video to a certain length? If not, is there some other open source/freeware utility that will do this?
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I am not at all certain about this, but ISTR that MoreMissingMPEGTools can split either at specified time boundaries or at certain filesize boundaries. In any case, it's free:
So, if it doesn't do what you want, at least you haven't wasted any money. And it's a good thing to have in any case (as are the other tools in his suite).