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Exporting multiple video tracks at once?

New Here ,
Jul 17, 2020

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Dear all,

 

I’m currently working on a video project in which I have to align around 900 music videos. I’ve imported around 100 videos in 100 tracks vertically with fix “In” and “Out” markings.

Now my question is: is there any possibility in Premiere Pro to export all aligned video tracks at once (not necessarily with audio, that will be handled separately anyway) and get all of the 100 videos as individual new files?

So far I’m doing every single video separately but that’s rather time consuming... 😉

 

Thanks in advance for any help!!

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Exporting multiple video tracks at once?

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Dear all,

 

I’m currently working on a video project in which I have to align around 900 music videos. I’ve imported around 100 videos in 100 tracks vertically with fix “In” and “Out” markings.

Now my question is: is there any possibility in Premiere Pro to export all aligned video tracks at once (not necessarily with audio, that will be handled separately anyway) and get all of the 100 videos as individual new files?

So far I’m doing every single video separately but that’s rather time consuming... 😉

 

Thanks in advance for any help!!

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Not that I've ever heard of ... and my minde is boggling at that number of tracks on one sequence ...

 

Neil

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