Alternative to MPEG Streamclip

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  1. Crowbot macrumors regular

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    Can anyone recommend a free or low cost alternative to MPEG Streamclip? It's 32 bits and I don't want to lose the function. TIA.
     
  2. casperes1996 macrumors 68040

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    Well, when asking questions like this, it'd be helpful to know the functionality you want, instead of just a program name. I did a fast Google, and the information about what the software exactly does was not clear cut enough at first glance; Do you just want a converter? ffmpeg and any GUI front-end that uses it will work.
    macOS itself has a lot of built-in video conversion
     
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    Sorry, I thought it was a well known app. I'm just an amateur looking to define and snip sections of videos out and saving them to a file. Conversion to M4V would be nice. Thanks.
     
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    QuickTime. It's built-in, it allows splitting up clips, trimming clips and converting.
     
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    Thanks. I always used VLC for playback. I never thought of QT.
     
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    … Why not? It's there on any Mac and quite nice if you ask me
     
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    Dunno. I've been using Macs for years and always looked at QT as a secondary app. I guess it's grown over the years. Thanks.
     
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    Thanks. It does just what I want.
     
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    Than
    Thanks. I’ll take a look.
     

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