Auto cut every "X" seconds

Community Beginner ,
Jul 28, 2019 Jul 28, 2019

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Hi! Is there any way to split automatically a clip in a given amount of time?
I have a 1h:15m video and I need to split it every 10 seconds, and export this individual clips, is there any way to do this in premiere automatically?
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Jul 28, 2019 Jul 28, 2019

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I Also have a project with aroun 100 clips, i would like to bulk export separately all this clips

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Mentor ,
Jul 28, 2019 Jul 28, 2019

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If you use a macro you may be able to do it fairly quickly but I don't believe there is anything in PPro to do that, nor an auto function.

using the num pad ( with num lock on so those keys see numbers instead of things like 'home' , 'end' , etc...

clicking in the timecode of CTI LOCATION +10.0 ( enter ) will move the CTI 10 seconds ahead. In my case with 23.97 fps it went to 9:23 ( the 24th frame would be 10 ) from zero ( beginning of timeline ) … when I tested it just now.

My keyboard has a built in macro generator ( Omen laptop ).. and I think I can open premiere pro, start the macro recording, click the timecode in PPro type in +10.0 hit enter, choose razor tool and make cut , and END RECORDING.

Then hit that macro key over and over until I'm done with doing that stuff...

As for exporting clips I don't know if you can do that in PPro. Someone else will know.

good luck

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Enthusiast ,
Jul 29, 2019 Jul 29, 2019

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For the bulk export see this:
Re: How to export multiple clips quickly?

You can use a similar technique for your interval cuts.

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New Here ,
Jun 22, 2022 Jun 22, 2022

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I use a layer of images just to jump from segment to segment using macro and razor. Import 50 to 100 images [or more], regardless of whatever they are before importing the video [the smaller the image size the better]. Batch their duration or time length to the desired length [say 5 secs to make it easy] with the ripple/edit box checked. 

Import your video and place it above or below the images. Use macro to jump 5 secs from the image edge to another with a shiftK to cut the desired sequence.

If you like the idea I can make a video to demonstrate

I also use it to create space/gaps between different sequences and insert the cut parts from the different sequences to mix them. The result would be sequence A, B, C, A, B, C, and randomly if I wanted to match the beat of the music track. 

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