Extract Segments from YouTube Videos with Splicd

by on October 30, 2008
in Internet, Social Networks, Web 2.0

We all know that YouTube is the best source for finding video clips related to anything we want. You can find just everything there. But sometimes you may want to download a small portion of a video, but you have to download the whole long clip just because YouTube does not allow splitting.

Splicd allows you to isolate an interesting tidbit from a YouTube video and provides you with a link to share it with your family, friends, and colleagues.

This service is really simple and is completely free to use. It doesn’t require any signups or registrations. Simply enter the video URL, and type the starting and ending time of the video segment that you want to download.

After it cuts the video, you will be provided with the URL that you can download or share with your friends and collegues.


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  • Jhxjg

     Can I download videos from there? Or even in TubeChop? I’m having a hard time here. :)