Torrent Avi Video Cutter is a perfect video cutting software to cut Avi video files into several segments easily and fast. You can easily cut down your favorite Avi video clips. Torrent Avi Video Cutter is efficient and faster because its unique technique - without re-encoding process. Using Direct Stream Copy Technology, the quality of the target file is same as the source. Torrent Avi Video Cutter is a very considerate software, so it is easy and convinient to use. Previewing is supported. You can choose the exact start point and end point by setting the slider of the playing progress bar.
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