~boringcactus/vidslice

f1adeafddd3c8e05df458ed36c7be2a8369ee33b — Melody Horn 1 year, 8 months ago 93c9bc4 master v1.7
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![screenshot of vidslice demonstrating options](screenshot.png)

## Installing
1. Download the .zip for your preferred OS [here](https://github.com/boringcactus/vidslice/releases/latest) and extract it somewhere convenient.
2. If you don't have it already, [download ffmpeg](https://ffmpeg.org/download.html#get-packages) (if you're on Windows, you want Windows Builds and then the default options are fine) and make sure ffmpeg.exe, ffprobe.exe, and ffplay.exe are all next to vidslice.exe (or however that'll work on a Mac, hit me up if you have an explanation for this).
3. If you want to be able to download things, [download youtube-dl](https://rg3.github.io/youtube-dl/download.html) and put it in the same place as ffmpeg.
1. Make sure you have [Python](https://www.python.org/downloads/) installed.
2. [Download vidslice](https://github.com/boringcactus/vidslice/releases/latest).

   a. If you already have ffmpeg and youtube-dl installed, download `vidslice.pyw`.

   b. If you don't, download `vidslice-full-win.zip`. (If you're not on Windows, you'll have to install ffmpeg and
   youtube-dl yourself, sorry.)

## Using
If you already have a video file in a format supported by ffmpeg (which is most of them), you can use the "Browse" button in the Sources panel to load in your video.

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