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How To Install VidCutter In Ubuntu Operating System

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VidCutter is one of the popular video cutting application. It is a cross-platform application for quick and easy video editing like  video trimming/splitting and merging/joining without needing to re-encode them.

It is based in Python and Qt5. VidCutter uses FFmpeg for its encoding and decoding  process. Latest version of popular video cutting app ‘VidCutter’ released few days ago with tons of new features and improvements.  Some of the issues like, External media file joins issues are fixed.

Install vidcutter in ubuntu

How to Install VidCutter in Ubuntu

There are multiple method to install VidCutter in Ubuntu operating system.

Method 1:

You can install VidCutter via Appimage too. Visit the following link to access the Appimage of Vidcutter.

Appimage Of Vidcutter

Method 2:

You can install Vidcutter via PPA too. VidCutter 6.0 is available via the developer’s PPA for Ubuntu.  Open terminal and run the following command before installing Vidcutter.

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ozmartian/apps

Now, run the following command to update your system and to install Vidcutter.

sudo apt update

sudo apt install vidcutter

Method 3:

Vidcutter is now available in Flathub too. Run the following command to install Vidcutter in Ubuntu via Flathub.

flatpak remote-add --if-not-exists flathub https://dl.flathub.org/repo/flathub.flatpakrepo
  (to enable the flathub repo if not already)
  
$ flatpak install flathub com.ozmartians.VidCutter
$ flatpak run com.ozmartians.VidCutter

How To Install VidCutter In Ubuntu Operating System

 

Method 4:

The latest version of VidCutter can now be installed as a snap package. Run the following command to install VidCutter via snap in Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. For other version of Ubuntu, you need to install Snap at first.

$ snap install vidcutter

 

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