Posted by Kaylee Wood | Last update: August 28, 2019
How to cut video to save the interesting or commemorative segments while you are playing a video? Is it possible to create small clips directly within the media player? Free video cutter – 5KPlayer is here to offer help to trim video into clips for later collecting, editing or sharing.
It is often the case that you want to cut a part of video when the content is interesting or has collection value, but you just can't create a small segment at once within your media player. In most cases, you will turn to a professional video editor to trim your video, but it is a question that using the editor is easy and time-saving or not. How to cut video quickly when you just need a specific section of a video? Good news is that you indeed can directly save the amazing video clips during the media playback, and the key is 5KPlayer, a free video cutter that can help cut video into small sections with clicks of a mouse.
5KPlayer is just under active development to be a 4K video cutting player that can cut videos into small clips, stabilize and reverse video, as well as equalize sound. No matter you want to upload video clips to Twitter that extends video limit to 140s or remove annoying advertisements from a downloaded YouTube video, this free video cutter could do you a favor. If there is any boring or blank part of your footage recorded with digital cameras, iPhone or GoPro, you can cut them out and keep the necessary ones easily. For any video editing enthusiast, 5KPlayer surely will provide the best video samples for your later video editing.
Step 1. Install the Free Video Cutter 5KPlayer
Click on the download button above to free download 5KPlayer, double-click on the setup to install 5KPlayer for Windows. If you are using a Mac, download the Mac version and drag the setup into Application Folder to finish installation. Then, launch this video cutter on your computer.
Step 2. Choose the Video You Want to Cut into Small Clips
On the main user interface, click on "Video" icon to open your local folder, choose the video and click Open. Or you can just drag and drop the video into 5KPlayer. Then, 5KPlayer will play the video immediately. On the playback progress bar, click on the "scissors" icon to access the cutting window.
Step 3. Choose the Specific Part of the Video You Need
In the new window, you can drag the progress bar in the lower left window to choose which part you want to cut out for keeping. 5KPlayer displays your video frame by frame to an accuracy of 0.001 seconds for you to cut the video accurately as much as possible. In the right section, you can set the play speed, volume or color parameters to your cut video.
Step 4. Cut and Save Your Video
After picking and setting, just hit the blue "Save file" button and 5KPlayer will automatically and quickly cut the video for you. After the process, a new window will pop up, and you will see the clip you want to get from a video.
Even the 4K HEVC H265 high-res video can be cut into small clips easily and quickly, as the free video cutter 5KPlayer is horse-powered by NVIDIA®, Intel®, DXVA 2.0 Hardware-acceleration that can be used to accelerate every 4K video playback, cutting and conversion. Besides, cutting video with 5KPlayer will not cause any quality loss, so the output video is 100% the same as the original one.
BTW, in case you want to know more about this video cutting player, I'd like to tell your more. 5KPlayer is a multimedia player for thousands of 4K HD 1080p MP4 MKV etc playback and providing possibility to extract the beautiful samples from these clips directly. If you need more materials for video editing, 5KPlayer will turn to be an online video downloader to help download gigabytes of videos from Dailymotion, Vimeo, Vevo, etc for free. In case needed, 5KPlayer also arms itself with DLNA function for anyone who needs to stream videos to big screens.
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