Quicktime start and stop CUT

hey all looking for anyone who might have code for quicktime player so that I can code a start and an end like HH:MM:SS and then it would cut that selection.

would anyone happen to have some code related to?

thanks Jacques exactly what I need:

Using your script I’ve modified it to use multiple cut points.

set the_start_list to {"01:55:33", "01:39:35", "01:21:52", "01:03:55", "00:51:02", "00:27:32", "00:09:20", "00:00:00"}
set the_end_list to {"01:57:48", "01:40:54", "01:23:59", "01:04:22", "00:53:55", "00:30:26", "00:14:08", "00:03:18"}
--set the_start to "00:00:00"
--set the_end to "00:03:18"
set counterN to 0

repeat with s from 1 to count (the_start_list)
	set counterN to counterN + 1
	set the_start to item counterN of the_start_list
	set the_end to item counterN of the_end_list
	--convert HH:MM:SS to seconds
	tell the_start to set My_start to ((text 1 thru 2) * 3600) + ((text 4 thru 5) * 60) + text 7 thru 8
	tell the_end to set My_end to ((text 1 thru 2) * 3600) + ((text 4 thru 5) * 60) + text 7 thru 8
	set seconds2select to My_end - My_start --selection in seconds
	tell application "QuickTime Player"
		stop movies
			tell front movie
				if not (exists) then error "No movies are open."
				set {time_scale, movie_length} to {time scale, duration}
				set {My_start, My_end} to {My_start * time_scale, My_end * time_scale}
				if My_end > movie_length then
					display dialog "There is less than " & (seconds2select as string) & " seconds to the end of the movie from the current time." & ¬
						return & return & "Cut to the end of the movie?"
					select at My_start to the movie_length
					select at My_start to My_end
				end if
			end tell
		on error error_message number error_number
			if the error_number is not -128 then
				display dialog error_message buttons {"Cancel"} default button 1
			end if
		end try
	end tell
end repeat

Thanks again