Plumber is a free and open source media trimmer and cutter software for Linux. You can use it to cut and trim video and audio, convert video to GIF and take a screenshot of the video. And what’s interesting is that you don’t have to download the full online video or audio to cut or trim. You can trim local and remote media files. Save video in H.246 (MPEG-4 AVC) video and AAC audio format. You can cut videos directly from websites such as Youtube, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Reddit, Arte, Vimeo, Vk, Voot, VuClip, DailyMotion, Yandex, RUTV. You can also select your preferred frame rate and resolution during the process. It comes with dark theme support and a built-in YouTube browser. It is released under the MIT license.
Install Plumber on Ubuntu
Plumbers are available as Ubuntu snap packages. Open the system terminal application (ctrl + alt + t) and run this snap install command.
sudo snap install plumber
Enter the Ubuntu user password. that’s it. Install the latest version of the Plumber Media Trimmer Cutter tool on Ubuntu.
You can open it with the above command. Copy and paste the video URL to start trimming the video.
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When prompted, download the latest download engine.
On the settings page you can set the frame rate and resolution.
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