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How can I split a clip into individual shots and save separately?

Community Beginner ,
Oct 27, 2022 Oct 27, 2022

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I want to create a library of individual shots saved from a video clip.

 

I've tried a couple of recommended methods but they don't work.  Here's what I've tried and what happened

 

1) I split the clip into the shots I wanted then went to Project Manager > Consolidate and transcode individual clips

 

On export, Premiere realises they're all from the same clip and saves them as one single video file.  So back to square one

 

2) I split the clip into the shots I wanted then went to Render and replace.

 

Again, Premiere realises the're all from the same clip and saves them as one video file.  So back to square one again!

 

Has anyone got a workable solution?

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Oct 27, 2022 Oct 27, 2022

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You can subclip (or subsequence) segments of your timeline, and then batch export those from the project as individual clips.

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That's not a bad solution smrpix - thanks. 

 

I've also found another one involving a free app called Lossless Cut (on github)

 

You can split your video as necessary, name the segments and it will export them all losslessly ie it doesn't recompress.  There's also naming options allowing you to have the name of the original file, the timecode and your segment combined automatically which is pretty handy

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