- • Complete Film Editing Guide
- 1.1 How to cut a film
- 1.2 How to rotate a film
- 1.3 How to play a film backwards
- 1.4 How to make slow/fast motion
- 1.5 How to add subtitle to film
- 1.6 How to add scrolling credits film
- 1.7 How to remove subtitle from video
- 1.8 How to remove watermark from video
- 1.9 How to remove logo from video
- 1.10 How to resize a film
- 1.11 YouTube channels to learn filmmaking tips
How to Cut / Split / Trim Videos without Quality Loss in Mac/Windows
Question: How do you cut videos and use the certain parts you want? I record a few videos and want to share them online. But first I need to cut the videos so that I only upload the important parts in order to save time. How can I do that?
Well, we can use Wondershare Filmora (originally Wondershare Video Editor) - which helps you cut video into several parts and provides lots of video editing functions to make a great home movie. Free download Wondershare video cutter software and then follow the step-to-step guide on how to cut video below on Windows (Windows 8 included). If you are a Mac user, turn to Mac Video Editor for help, which has the same functions as the windows version.
- Easily cut videos into different parts with no quality loss.
- "Scene Detection" function automatically cut videos into pieces.
- Improve your video by adding effects, transitions, intro/credits and filters.
- Save your video into different formats, burn to DVD or upload online.
- Supported OS: Windows (Windows 10 included) & Mac OS X (above 10.6).
How to Cut/Split/Trim Videos without Quality Loss
1. Import your videos to the software
2. Manually cut videos
3. Automatically cut videos
4. Export your video
When you have finished the cutting, click "Create". You can save video in other formats on the local computer by clicking "Format" and specify some necessary settings. If you want to play video creation on iPod, iPhone, iPad, click "Device" and select the thumbnail of your devices. You can also share your videos on YouTube directly or burn video to DVD discs for better video preservation.
Video Tutorial: How to Cut Video Files
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