Install VidCutter on Ubuntu
VidCutter is an application used to cut and join videos. This post helps to install VidCutter on Ubuntu. VidCutter is a cross-platform QT5-based application for cutting and merging videos for quick and straightforward edits.
Install VidCutter using Developer’s PPA
Open the terminal and run the following command to install Video Cutter on Ubuntu.
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ozmartian/apps sudo apt update sudo apt install vidcutter
This will install Video Cutter (VidCutter) application on your Ubuntu machine.
How to remove VidCutter
Please run the following command if you would like to remove the application from the system.
sudo apt purge vidcutter
Then, remove the PPA.
sudo add-apt-repository --remove ppa:ozmartian/apps
Install VidCutter using Snap
Snap is yet another next-generation technology for building and installing desktop applications. It promises to revolutionise the way you install programs on Linux. Newer Ubuntu version comes with Snap preinstalled. If your system doesn’t have snap support, please check this article to know how to Install snap package on Ubuntu.
Run the following command to install Video Cutter using Snap
sudo snap install vidcutter
To Remove snap package:
If you want to remove the snap package, run the command below:
sudo snap remove vidcutter
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