VidTrim for Android Lets You Edit Videos on Your Phone

by Michael Murphy on
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Camera phones have come a long way lately. Many of them, like the Galaxy S line for example, can even capture video in 720p. If you’re going to be capturing video on your phone, though, it’s very likely that you might at some point want to snip out just a portion of your video — maybe so you can send it as MMS. Finally, xda-developers member neoMJ has brought a tool to Android that can do exactly that.  VidTrim will allow you select start and end points of any video and trim it to just the section you want, and then save the new section as its own video, or overwrite the old video. Due to different manufacturers using different encodings, it doesn’t work on ALL phones yet, but it has been tested and shown to work quite well with the Galaxy S phones, as well as many others. Hit the source link for more details, or to download.

[via XDA-Developers]

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  • Dan Gastman

    Where the hec is a demo on how to use this friggin vid trim????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????