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Bandicut Video Cutter is super-fast video cutting/joining software with an easy-to-use interface. It allows users to trim parts of video quickly while keeping the original video quality. Users can also extract audio from video to MP3, join multiple video files, remove one or more parts from the video, or split the video into multiple files.
Fast Video Cutter and Easy Video Joiner
With Bandicut, everybody can easily select the cutting area and merge multiple videos. You can also quickly split a large video file into smaller video clips or trim unwanted parts of video such as commercials, outtakes and trailers.
MP4 Cutter, AVI Joiner Software
Bandicut can cut/merge video files as an AVI cutter/joiner, MP4 cutter/joiner, MOV cutter/joiner or MPEG cutter/joiner. It works well with many file formats like AVI, MP4, MOV, M4V, MKV, MPEG, MPG, DAT, VOB, FLV, ASF, WMV, TS, TP, TRP, MPE, MPV2, MP2V, M2T, M2TS, K3G, DIVX, WM, WMX, WVX, RM, RMVB, RAM, IVF, OGM, VP6, XVD.
Cut video without losing quality
Lossless video cutting software is able to cut certain parts of video without re-encoding. There are lots of video cutter programs. However, if you want to cut, trim, crop, split your video files or merge multiple segments without decreasing the video quality, please try Bandicut!
Precisely cut and split videos frame by frame
Bandicut is able to cut precisely between "any frames" that the user selects. Other video cutting programs just cut only between "keyframes". However, Bandicut allows the user to precisely select the cutting area and quickly cut the selected area by frame.
Hardware accelerated H.264 video encoders are supported
Bandicut supports the hardware accelerated Intel Quick Sync h.264 encoder which allows you to cut, join/merge, trim/crop, split videos in high speed with excellent quality. If you have a new Intel CPU (i3/5/7), you can cut videos faster than the H.264 basic encoder.
Note: Adds watermark to the output video.