Cut video for Twitter and save to MP4 in three simple steps
Quite obviously, you’d prefer to have them in a format that is compatible with most online resources, operating systems, and device types. We mean MP4. Luckily, we have the right tool for you. It allows cutting the video to the needed length, converting to any format including MP4 and saving to your device.
Clideo works in a browser, so you don’t have to install space-consuming apps. It is free for files up to 500 MB and you can process and download as many videos per day as you need, without any limits. We also don’t make you bear with endless ads.
Moreover, you don’t even have to register and log in – just open the tool and start working. You’ll need to perform three basic steps:
Upload a Twitter video
Open Clideo’s video cutter and click the "Choose file" button. You can also hover the cursor over the tiny arrow on the right side of the “Choose file” button to call a drop-down menu. There you can add a file from your Google Drive or Dropbox cloud storage.
Convert a Twitter link to MP4
You can cut the recording in two ways: select a snippet and either extract or delete it. Fade in, Fade out and Crossfade boxes will make your new video smoother.
If you don’t want to change the video in any way, just move the sliders to the first and last points of the timeline and type in the start box 00:00.11 to make the Export button active. Then choose the needed output format below the timeline and hit “Export”.
Save the MP4 video
Give the video a final run and save it to your personal device or one of two cloud storage services. If you want to get rid of a tiny watermark, learn about our Pro subscription. To change something, click on “Edit” and keep working.