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how to trim a video on linux

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hello

how to trim ( cut ) video m2ts without without re-encoding on linux  you have a suggestion ?  

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Have you tried either Cinelerra or OpenShot?

OpenShot is interesting because they have complied their own liveCD so you can try it without installing anything first.
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thank you for introducing me openshot
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No problem.
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