3 separate files from 1 video

Community Beginner ,
Feb 23, 2022 Feb 23, 2022

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I have a video that is 5760x1080 and I want to cut it down to (3) 1920x1080 videos. Is there a way to do that in premiere?

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Feb 23, 2022 Feb 23, 2022

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Hi Woodard,

So you want the same video to appear on 3 screens? A triptych? Something like that? Sure. Why not? What do you need to know? You can't monitor three sequences at once, though. You'd need to create each sequence on its own.

 

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Kevin

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Feb 23, 2022 Feb 23, 2022

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no. I want to cut the 1 large file into 3 seperate files. They will be played on 3 tvs instead of 1. So I need to make a left, center and right of the large file.

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Got it. @Steve Griffiths has the ticket.

 

Kevin

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Feb 23, 2022 Feb 23, 2022

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Create three 1920x1080 sequences, drop your original 5760x1080 into each sequence. Set each clip in each sequence to Scale - 100 in 'Effects Controls'.

Position the clip in sequence 1 so the left edge of the original is also on the left edge of this sequence - position numbers should be 2880 and 540.

Sequence 2 will just need the clip's scale set to 100. You should not need to reposition as it will naturally be in the middle.

Sequence 3 will need the original clip scaled to 100 and positioned so the right edge is also on the right edge of this sequence. Position numbers would be -960 and 540.

You should double check my position numbers but that should do it.

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