How to Cut and Download a Video for Vimeo in MP4
Vimeo is an ad-free platform that focuses on quality rather than quantity. So the recordings you find there are very unlikely to be available anywhere else.
That’s why you may need to download your video for Vimeo and get a part of it in MP4 – And a tool like Clideo can help you.
Our tool works online, which means that you can use it from any device right away, without previous installation. It is compatible with all the operating systems, so you can run it on Mac, iPhone, Windows, Android, even Linux.
Also, it’s intuitively comprehensive, our service doesn’t give you a chance to do anything wrong – all the actions and functions are self-evident. To download Vimeo videos in MP4, follow the steps:
Upload the video
First go to Vimeo and download the video if this option is enabled by the author. Then open Clideo’s Vimeo MP4 Cutter in a new tab, and click the "Choose file" button to importing a recording from your personal device. Or you can call the drop-down menu on the right side of the big blue button and select to add from Google Drive or Dropbox cloud storage.
Convert the Vimeo video to MP4
Set the timing using the sliders or putting it manually in the boxes on the right of the player. Then choose one of two options:
- Extract the chosen snippet, from now and forth it will be your new video. If you tick the “Fade in” box, the image will be appearing from the complete darkness. “Fade out” marks the opposite process, turning a frame into black.
- Delete the chosen snippet. It will get erased and the rest will be merged into a whole recording. Hit “Crossfade” to make the transition smoother.
If you don’t want to alter anything, just leave your video as it is and choose an output format – in our case, it will be MP4. Mind, that our tool supports all the most popular video formats and some less well-known ones: FLV, M2TS, AVI, etc.
Click “Cut” and let the recording get processed.
Have a quick preview if you cut the clip and want to see the new version. If not – just save the video to your personal device or cloud storage account.