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    what's the easiest video convert program what can cut out parts of movies
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  2. LosslessCut, its small, free and can edit easily, f.e mp4s, without converting them or transcoding them when exporting.
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    ok many thanks will give it a try
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  4. simple question: not so simple answer.
    Just a few questions for you, what is the format of your source and what do you want to cut out?
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  5. But if you want frame accurate and convert you should look at avidemux
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  6. Originally Posted by Bonnevue View Post
    But if you want frame accurate and convert you should look at avidemux
    I can recommend that program too
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  7. Originally Posted by Bonnevue View Post
    But if you want frame accurate and convert you should look at avidemux

    Ive had a look at avidemux but cant seem to cut out parts i want is there a help file. maybe Im cutting out the parts I shouldn't
    Last edited by foldbck123; 12th Nov 2020 at 04:55.
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  8. In order to answer your questions you need to give relevant info instead of holding you arm up in the air and cry that it does not work
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  9. solveigmm video splitter might do depending on what you need
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  10. And it depends on if you have windows or apple. I have windows and can recommend the program windows movie maker. It's free. I don't know if you're more a beginner or an expert in this field, but the windows movie maker is more suitable for beginners because of its easy handling. If you want something more professional, the Adobe Premiere Pro CC is recommendable, but it costs. Another alternative for a free but professional video tool is DaVinci Resolve.
    Wenn es möglich wäre, der Menschen Gedanken in einem Video zu speichern, gäbe es noch mehr Gruselfilme ;)
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  11. Originally Posted by Bonnevue View Post
    In order to answer your questions you need to give relevant info instead of holding you arm up in the air and cry that it does not work

    If you cant give a decent reply may I suggest you dont bother
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  12. Originally Posted by David Banner View Post
    solveigmm video splitter might do depending on what you need
    many thanks for your reply will try this too


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    And it depends on if you have windows or apple. I have windows and can recommend the program [url=https://www.videohelp.com/software/Windows-Movie-Maker
    windows movie maker[/url]. It's free. I don't know if you're more a beginner or an expert in this field, but the windows movie maker is more suitable for beginners because of its easy handling. If you want something more professional, the Adobe Premiere Pro CC is recommendable, but it costs. Another alternative for a free but professional video tool is DaVinci Resolve.
    Many thanks for reply will test this out as well
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  13. Originally Posted by foldbck123 View Post
    Originally Posted by Bonnevue View Post
    In order to answer your questions you need to give relevant info instead of holding you arm up in the air and cry that it does not work

    If you cant give a decent reply may I suggest you dont bother
    Can't handle some tough love?
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  14. Originally Posted by Bonnevue View Post
    Originally Posted by foldbck123 View Post
    Originally Posted by Bonnevue View Post
    In order to answer your questions you need to give relevant info instead of holding you arm up in the air and cry that it does not work

    If you cant give a decent reply may I suggest you dont bother
    Can't handle some tough love?
    You need to get back to kindergarten to play with your toys
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