Cutting a specific piece of a FLV file or simply split such a video is not at all a difficult task if you use the right application and FLV Cutter can really lend you a hand in this matter.
The program is fairly basic and the GUI perfectly supports this statement. There is a dedicated panel to let you view the selected clip, while the most important controls are placed right in the center of the main window.
You can select the start and the end points, play the selected part and save it separately on the local disks.
There are a bunch of settings to play with too, so you can insert a subtitle, adjust the delay, configure the playing speed and even check every single frame for a seamless cutting process.
As you can see, FLV Cutter is quite a simple piece of software, so the lack of a help manual shouldn’t bother you too much. On the other hand, the lack of configuration options and the dull interface are clearly important drawbacks.
FLV Cutter runs smoothly regardless of the operating system, using just a reduced amount of hardware resources.
All things considered, FLV Cutter can easily serve its purpose and doesn’t affect system performance at all. Still, it’s pretty clear that it needs a lot of improvements, including a more user-friendly approach, a revised interface and a help manual that could lend a hand to users who are still trying to figure out the purpose of each tool.