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video capture a short excerpt from a YouTube video

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I would like to capture a 30 second excerpt from a long YouTube video that I would like to show at an upcoming presentation I am making ... any suggestions as to what software I would need to do this?

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Solved ... a web based solution called TubeChop ... it does is all ... simple and sweet solution.

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