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I have a 4 minute long video that needs to be cut into 3 clips.  I have edited it so they are 4 clips (one of them will be combined).  How do I export each clip so it is its own video file?

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For each individual edited clip (not the combined one), this is easy. Double-click a clip and it opens by itself in the Source monitor panel, so when you choose File > Export > Media it exports just that clip.

 

For the two clips you need to export together, you can do one of the following:

  • Set sequence in/out points as Philip suggested, choose File > Export > Media, and make sure to choose Sequence In/Out from the menu under the export preview. 
  • Select the two clips in the sequence, choose Clip > Nest to put them in their own nested sequence, double-click the nested sequence to open them up in their own timeline with just those two clips, and choose File > Export > Media. 
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Premier Pro - Need to cut one video file into 3 clips and then have separate files for each clip

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I have a 4 minute long video that needs to be cut into 3 clips.  I have edited it so they are 4 clips (one of them will be combined).  How do I export each clip so it is its own video file?

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Correct answer by Conrad C | Adobe Community Professional

For each individual edited clip (not the combined one), this is easy. Double-click a clip and it opens by itself in the Source monitor panel, so when you choose File > Export > Media it exports just that clip.

 

For the two clips you need to export together, you can do one of the following:

  • Set sequence in/out points as Philip suggested, choose File > Export > Media, and make sure to choose Sequence In/Out from the menu under the export preview. 
  • Select the two clips in the sequence, choose Clip > Nest to put them in their own nested sequence, double-click the nested sequence to open them up in their own timeline with just those two clips, and choose File > Export > Media. 
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Set in and out points around the areas you want to export.

 

In_And_Out.gif

i - in point

o - out point

Ctrl+Shift+X - Clear In/Out (or right click timeline ruler as seen in gif)

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For each individual edited clip (not the combined one), this is easy. Double-click a clip and it opens by itself in the Source monitor panel, so when you choose File > Export > Media it exports just that clip.

 

For the two clips you need to export together, you can do one of the following:

  • Set sequence in/out points as Philip suggested, choose File > Export > Media, and make sure to choose Sequence In/Out from the menu under the export preview. 
  • Select the two clips in the sequence, choose Clip > Nest to put them in their own nested sequence, double-click the nested sequence to open them up in their own timeline with just those two clips, and choose File > Export > Media. 

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Thank you!

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