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DVDFab Can Trim a Video for Multiple Clips

December 31st, 2014 by DVDFab-Hannah 13,657 views

Starting from the release of 9.1.7.9, DVDFab can trim a video to get multiple clips, which is a neat improvement from the earlier releases when only one clip can be trimmed. Products enhanced on this feature are DVD Ripper, Blu-ray Ripper and Video Converter. Next please follow me to the detail of the video trimming.

 

Download the latest DVDFab at: http://www.dvdfab.cn/mlink/download.php?g=DVDFAB9

 

Run DVDFab and choose Ripper or Converter option. Load the source DVD/Blu-ray/video, select a profile, then click Edit button to open the following Video Edit window.

 

Make your first trimming, then the second:

Slide the trimming bar under the progress bar to select a clip. When it’s done, click the scissor button to continue to trim for the next clip.

 

Adjust a clip accurately by second:

Click the start or the end node of each clip (the trimming bar), then click the “1s” buttons beside the scissor button to adjust the clip by moving 1 second forward or backward.

 

Invert your selection:

The Invert button will invert your selection, that is, all the left parts between the clips will be selected instead of the original clips.

 

Preview a clip:

Select a clip (color of  the timeline of a selected clip will turn to highlighted green) then you can view the begin time, the end time and the total runtime of the clip. Click the big Play button to preview the clip.

 

Merge trimmed clips:

Tick the “Merge trimmed clips” box and all the clips will be merged into one clip for output.

 

OK. That’s all there is to it. Try it yourself and have fun!

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  • Peter Crook

    Is it possible to cut out clips, I would like to remove some swear words from some films.