Movie-cutdown-programmer Ryan Haggis has created a tool to make a Netflix-like movie-cutup for you.
He’s already created a demo that can take a movie in any format and then convert it into a single-minute movie in the same format.
The movie will be a cut-down of the original, but the original will still be there.
The tool is still in its early stages, but Haggi says that it can do things like cut out all of the dialogue in a movie or remove dialogue from a video.
It can also be used to make the movie’s music loop through as you watch the cut.
Haggis told Business Insider that the program has been downloaded over 1 million times.
The company also recently launched a podcast with a lot of the functionality and some additional features.
Haggs also says that the tool has a couple of other cool features like a “cut-to-clipboard” feature that will allow you to quickly skip between scenes.
He says that Netflix has been receptive to his project.
Netflix has a long history of embracing the technology, including the original “The Avengers,” “Scooby-Doo,” and the first seasons of “Lost.”
Now the streaming giant is getting in on the action.
Netflix has started streaming “The Man in the High Castle,” a movie that shows how a computer can take the plot of a movie and put it into the form of a cutout that plays at the end of the movie.
Hoggis says that he was inspired to create the tool after watching a lot, including a lot on Netflix.
He has an ongoing project on the same project, which he’s calling “Movie-cutups.”
Haggas new tool was inspired by that, and he said that the process was something that was “really simple to do.”
Hoggis’ tool was created to be used in his own movies, which are called “screenshots.”
He said that his goal with the tool is to provide people with the ability to watch a movie, then quickly convert it to a single cut-scene.
Hoggs also told Business Insider that the movie-screenshots feature is only available for select movies, but that it will be available to other movies later this year.
Netflix does not currently offer this feature in other formats, but has stated that it is on the company’s radar.