Saving a section from the middle of a video

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Hi. I want to take a section from the middle of a video and save it for later use separately from the video it came from. I can highlight the section using the scissors but can't find a way of saving it - is this possible in Elements 2022? Can't find a tutorial video to help - they all seem to focus on deleting such clips rather than saving them.

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Adobe Community Professional , May 05, 2022 May 05, 2022
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ytMBaatenW0 output only a segment to a file https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s-DDRqM4Jbc output part of a timeline to a file Output a segment... grab left/right work area indicators at top and drag to needed locations Instead use Alt [ and Alt ] on keyboard to set in/out points of the work area bar Must 1st click w/mouse to select the left and/or right locations Zoom in as needed to fine tune the selection Share/export and select Devices--Computer and a preset and ...

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May 05, 2022 May 05, 2022

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You can save this section as a movie file or

delete all other clips and save under a different project name.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ytMBaatenW0 output only a segment to a file
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s-DDRqM4Jbc output part of a timeline to a file

Output a segment... grab left/right work area indicators at top and drag to needed locations
Instead use Alt [ and Alt ] on keyboard to set in/out points of the work area bar
Must 1st click w/mouse to select the left and/or right locations
Zoom in as needed to fine tune the selection
Share/export and select Devices--Computer and a preset and the Format
Select Share work area bar only... then name the output file and 'do it'

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Many thanks for that detailed reply John, I'll have a look at the youtube links and follow your suggested process. Much appreciated. Also thanks to Ann  for her previous reply which was helpful to know.

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Just to say that worked a treat John - many thanks again.

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Glad your question is answered

 

If you will click the CORRECT ANSWER option on my message other people will know what worked

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