I'm looking for software that would:
Run on Windows command line
As input, accepts a video file name, start time and end time and a new file name.
Produces a new file which is a chunk of video between start and end time
- Supports Windows 10+ (However, if an ideal product exists that only supports XP or Windows 8, I would accept the answer. But no Linux-only stuff please)
- Has command line interface (don't care if it has GUI or not)
- Gratis, or very cheap (under $5-$10 USD)
- As input, at the very least, supports
.webmvideo files as produced by
Desired optional features
- Accept a set of start/end time pairs; and stitch together several chunks of the file specified by those pairs.
Things I don't care about
- Fancy video editing other than "cut from here to there" aren't required. No need for transitions etc...
- Format of the output video, as long as it's something VLC can play. Does NOT have to be same format as input video file.
- Whether it's the same product or a set of utilities. E.g. if it is something that requires
ffmpeg, it's fine.
- Any reasonable dependencies are OK. E.g. "need to have powershell" or "need to have Perl 6 installed" or "Need to have Windows Python installed" etc... are fine.
- Speed. Doesn't have to be super speedy
- Open source and other code licensing issues
- Precise way of specifying inputs is irrelevant as long as it can be done from command line and has enough flexibility to support required/optional features.