The immediate problem is that it is hard coded to write out some files wherever the binary is placed. There is no configuration option for that. Since that's in /usr/share/ccextractor-gui/app it doesn't have that permission. It also expects to find the ccextractor binary in the same folder and it's in /usr/bin.
If you build ccextractor somewhere in your home folder according to their directions the GUI will work. It's going to take some patching to get the GUI to work with files in a standard debian install configuration.
As a (non-recommended) workaround, you can get the GUI working with:
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sudo cp /usr/bin/ccextractor /usr/share/ccextractor-gui/app/ sudo chown -R yourusername:yourusername /usr/share/ccextractor-gui/