MovieCut is a handy utility that can reduce lost video minutes in your personal movie library.
If you have an extensive collection of personal movies, you know how easy it is to use a lot of videos without anything interesting. It's here that a suite of editing comes into play.
Key features include:
Preview the changes in real time.
Apply various effects.
Rotate and cut videos.
Transfer to YouTube.
Add audio to video tracks.
MovieCut allows you to edit any "dead" video footage you do not need. The application is quite simple with a standard feature, encapsulated in an intuitive interface and easy to navigate.
To begin, simply load a video by dragging and dropping or navigating to the location of the file. The application supports a wide range of source formats, including .WMV, .AVI, .FLV, .SWF, .MP4, .MOV, .MPG, .MKV, .3GP, .OGG, .OGV formats. , .MTS, .QT, .M1S and .VOB, to name a few. Then simply choose the portion of video you do not want and cut it out. The resulting video can be saved, or saved and uploaded to YouTube. If you want to add filter effects, you can do it. You can choose between fades in and out and change the brightness and contrast. If you need to rotate your video, you can also do it. It even has a tool to extract the image and save it as a .JPEG file!
Overall, MovieCut is an application designed for novice users entering the field of video editing. It's basic in its functionality and has some limited tools, however, if you just need an app to delete unusable video footage and then upload the edited video to YouTube, then it's perfect.