Hi everyone, I want to split my slips in a film I'm making into equal parts. I want each one to be split every second, so that, for example, a 5-second clip becomes 5 1-second clips. Can I do this or do I have to manually split them using the scrubber?
I have Premiere Pro CC 2019 and I use it on a MacBook pro
I don't there is a automatic function yet to do that. The time in timeline gives info on min, seconds, frames, and it shouldn't be too hard to just cut every SECOND or whatever. I guess you could put in a feature request for that ??
I am searching for a method to do the same thing. Cut a video into equal parts based on time. Why do I need to do this? File size. I have recorded hundreds of guitar takes, covers, long Allman Brothers jams, songs that roll on for 12 minutes. I specifically am searching for an easier way to either.
1. Move the playhead forward by 60 seconds and I can cut it with a shortcut.
2. Set a 60 second duration and let the software create subclips.
To sit and type in the time, cut the clip, scrub forward and repeat seems such a repetetive task. I apologize if this is a feature I am unaware of. Searching for the answer is becoming very frustrating.
If I export full length videos the only other option is to destroy the quality and no one wants to watch garbage.
Horrible blotchy looking guitar playing renders my efforts useless.
Like someone else mentioned they are trying to split into 2:20 each. The duration isn't the issue.
Just want to know if there is somewhere to enter say 43s and have the software break 13:24 into 43s each leaving the remainder for me to sort.