From AVN Media Technologies:
Easy Video Cutter is a digital video converter/cutter. The main function of Easy Video Cutter is to convert video files from one format to another and cut a part of file into new video file. The program supports AVI, MPEG-1/2, DVD/SVCD/VCD, VOB, DAT, ASF, WMV, Divx, xVid, MOV, MP4, iPod, PSP, iPhone, Zune, BlackBerry, Apple TV, PS3, Xbox360, Creative ZEN, Archos, iRiver, M4V, MPA, 3GP, MKV, RM, RMVB, FLV, SWF video formats.
What's new in this version: fixed some bugs
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All versions:3.0 stars
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Current version:5.0 stars
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