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lossless-cut - Cross platform GUI tool for lossless trimming / cutting of video and audio files using ffmpeg

  •    Javascript

Simple, cross platform tool for lossless trimming/cutting of video and audio files. Great for rough processing of large video files taken from a video camera, GoPro, drone, etc. It lets you quickly extract the good parts from your videos and discard GBs of data without losing quality. It doesn't do any decoding / encoding and is therefore extremely fast. This app uses the awesome ffmpeg (included) for doing the grunt work. Since LosslessCut is based on Chromium and uses the HTML5 video player, not all ffmpeg supported formats will be supported. The following formats/codecs should generally work: MP4, MOV, WebM, MKV, OGG, WAV, MP3, AAC, H264, Theora, VP8, VP9 For more information about supported formats / codecs, see https://www.chromium.org/audio-video. Note that the MPEG TS format is not supported. See known issues.

ownvideo - Free Jekyll theme that lets you host your own video

  •    HTML

OwnVideo is a free Jekyll theme that lets you Host Your Own Video! In the OwnVideo theme, every Jekyll "post" is a video, and like most video sharing sites, each video has its own "watch" page that puts that video front-and-center.OwnVideo was created with user control in mind. If you upload videos to a video sharing service, they can be taken down by copyright claims and takedown requests. In some cases the large video sharing services have been known to take down videos that receive complaints just to be safe, even if there is no copyright infringement! OwnVideo bypasses video sharing sites and lets you control your videos on your own domain, on your own terms.

gifcurry - :point_right: Your open source video to GIF maker built with Haskell.

  •    Haskell

Gifcurry is your only open source video-to-GIF maker built with Haskell. Load a video, make some edits, and save it as a GIF—it's that easy. Most video formats should work so go wild. And since it's made with Haskell, you know it's good. For the command line averse, there is a GUI. Die-hard terminal aficionado? Gifcurry has you covered with its CLI. And for the Haskell programmers out there, there is also a library API.