Cuttermaran is a lightweight Windows application that helps users cut video streams while offering support for audio and video synchronization options.
It sports a clean and straightforward layout that gives you the possibility to add files to the list by using the built-in browse function, so you cannot rely on the “drag and drop” support.
Cuttermaran offers support for MPV, M1V, and M2V file formats, and lets you view information about the current video file, namely name, length, bitrate, sample rate, channel, and others.
Other important options worth mentioning are represented by the possibility to view the frame types (I, P, B) in the cut list, set up markers, as well as duplicate each cut item from the list.
What’s more, the program offers support for command-line operations, and allows you to configure the column display in the cut list, mux the streams into a single file, and automatically create chapters at a specified time.
Last but not least, you can make the program recalculate the video source bitrate, preview each cut files, and use the encoding mode by selecting the bitrate and encoder.
During our testing we have noticed that Cuttermaran carries out a task very quickly, and no errors showed up throughout the entire process.
It manages to remain light on the system resources, so it doesn’t burden the overall performance of the computer, nor interfere with other programs’ functionality.
To sum things up, Cuttermaran offers a handy set of features for helping users cut video streams and is suitable for beginners and professionals alike.