Video Trimmer is a free open source video cutting software for Linux. You can use it to cut and crop your video. Simply enter the start and end timestamps of your video to cut the video. It does not re-encode the video during the trimming process. This allows you to get high quality video. It uses ffmpeg and GStreamer and is released under the GPL-3.0 or later license.
Install video trimmer on Ubuntu
The video trimmer is available as a flatpak package for Ubuntu. Easy to install from the terminal. To do this, you first need to install flatpak and flathub on your system. Follow the tutorial below to install flatpak. Reboot the system after installation.
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How to install flatpak on Ubuntu
Open the terminal app from your Ubuntu system and run it under the Video Trimmer flatpak installation command.
flatpak install flathub org.gnome.gitlab.YaLTeR.VideoTrimmer
Use this command to run the video trimmer.
flatpak run org.gnome.gitlab.YaLTeR.VideoTrimmer