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    Cutting clips from .mkv files

    Hi guys, I need a very simple software to cut clips from .mkv files. To be more specific, I'm gonna be cutting ROAR's highlights that he has posted. I used to use Boilsoft cutter but it seems that that software is just too outdated for me.

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    if you want it really simple you could use vlc-players record function
    that's really the easiest way i guess
    just gotta click the record button
    if you don't know vlc player yet just google and download it
    to me it is superior to any other free videoplayers out there - it's free and very popular and common
    might combine those easy afterwards with different software but they are cut out immediatly at least

    as for other ways (cutting and combining) you'll find answers via google instantly (no offense intended here!)

    edit: http://www.izitips.com/video-tips/ho...iles-together/
    easy way to combine those files recorded via vlc player
    yes for video and sound editing you will need more advanced editing software - i know
    Last edited by Milk!; 04 Jun 12 at 18:08.

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    Simple, I like simple

    Can't find the record button on my VLC though

    Can you tell me how to find it? Thanks

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    You can try Freemake Video Converter, it has very simple and easy-to-use interface (cut, merge, convert, burn,...), support many formats (mkv included), free (actually it's ad-supported, but you can uncheck ads-options when install)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Handoyo View Post
    Simple, I like simple

    Can't find the record button on my VLC though

    Can you tell me how to find it? Thanks
    mine is german for whatever reason - usually chose english installs
    from the tabs on the left top it should be something like view-->show advanced controls
    and after you recorded some stuff by default the resulting file should be placed in you windows user folder under myvideos or something like that

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    Thanks a lot Milk!

    Ffi201zi002tlis, thank you too, but I think I'll use Milk's method since it is just way simpler.

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