Cut or Split Videos using VLC Player

VLC media player is one of the most trusted players which support almost all formats. We all are aware of vlc player but did we ever hear that vlc media player can be used as a video cutter/splitter? It sounds weird but it is the truth. We can use vlc player as a video splitter too.

VLC player after version VLC 1.0 have this feature and is loaded with several other cool features. We will tell you how can you use this feature and split videos through VLC media player. And if you don’t have the latest version of VLC you can download it from the link given below.

1. Install VLC

2. Open player and open the ‘view’ tab and select “advanced controls”.

Now you will see that there are some extra icons available in your control panel.

First button from left is the record button.

3. Open the video in the player which you want to split and click the record button to start splitting.

4. After you finish cutting your video press record again and you will find the final split video in ‘My Documents’. The recorded clip will be saved in mp4 format.

Now you won’t need any other application just to cut/split your videos. VLC is the best option that one can have. It is easy and simple to use. The main drawback of this feature that you can only cut small videos since you will need to play the video while cutting.

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2 comments on “Cut or Split Videos using VLC Player
  1. GrayFace says:

    Another drawback is quality loss. Sometimes loseless cutting is possible with other software.

  2. Anil Kumar says:

    Nice one. Follow this link to find video with these steps to record video using VLC player

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vb7i9uMG1RI

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