Bandicut is a video editing tool that enables you to trim, cut, join, and split your homemade movies with just a few clicks. You can also use this Windows program to extract the sound content from your videos and save the results as MP3 files.
The utility is packed with a user-friendly interface and each built-in editing tool features easy-to-configure settings.
In my testing, the tool took a while to export the edited video. However, according to the information that's being available on the homepage of the developer, the program is supposed to work slow if you're using its trial version. Apparently, after purchasing the product for your PC, you will get a faster processing speed. So, this aspect shouldn't be a big deal.
What really bothered me was that Bandicut provided a small list of supported output formats (MP4, AVI, MKV, WebM, and MP3). Furthermore, it lacked the ability to split videos by size, a feature that's available in many other video editors.
Still, Bandicut has its fair share of advantages which include the fact that it provides you with high-quality output files, supports multiple input formats, and that it's very simple to handle. So, you should give it a try if the aforementioned flaws mean nothing to you.