|Last modified: 27-02-2020|
This is a quick article about using the free Windows application VirtualDub2, an enhanced version of the original VirtualDub, to edit a video to extract one or more parts and save it/them into a smaller file.
"Keep in mind that VirtualDub is not a professional non-linear video editing program but made for linear processing of video clips. If you need a non-linear video editing program, you should take a look at the OpenSource program kdenlive." What's the diff?
How to keep only a single video, not input/output (with effects)?
What do the icons in the toolbar do? http://granjow.net/gfx/virtualdub/opened.png
NO Does it support multi-selection, to select more than one part at a time, and export the whole thing into an output file?