If you are looking for Cuttermaran, you have come to the right place. We explain what Cuttermaran is and point you to the official download.

What is Cuttermaran?

Cuttermaran is a program made for MPEG2 or MPEG1 video streams. These streams can be cut without having to recalculate them. The asynchronous between videos and audios will be lessened. This program needs split or de-multiplexed audio and audio streams, as well as demux MPGs that have tmpgenc --> mpeg tools, or ProjectX. Cutterman requires Microsoft .NET framework.

Cuttermaran can be updated to the newest Mplex version. This Mplex can be ported from Linux into .NET assembly. This program’s new window shows users’ progress and colored messages coming from Mplex. Mplex runs with CPU load lessened to 40% while minimized. All of its providers, including Imago, QuEnc, TmpgEnc, and Mplex can be minimized and aborted. There is also an optional display of Cut-Out pictures, when picking a cut in cutlist.

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File types supported by Cuttermaran

Our users primarily use Cuttermaran to open these file types:

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Last updated: : November 27, 2014