Split a video according to detected scenes

Community Beginner ,
May 23, 2021 May 23, 2021

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This is the first time I've tried this sofware, and I'm overwhelmed. 

 

What I want to do is very simple:

 

Input: One .mp4 video file.

 

Output: Many .mp4 video files, each of them corresponding to ONE detected scene in the original file, and numbered so I can see which file corresponds to which scene (sequential scene number or time code).

 

Is this doable?

 

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May 23, 2021 May 23, 2021

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Hit F1 and type in: Scene Edit Detection.

(right click on clip in timeline)

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May 23, 2021 May 23, 2021

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I've managed to create the scenes (even though I'm not sure which of the three options (cut, bin of subclips or clip marker I need). What I don't get is the "export to many video files on my hard disk" part.

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Trying out all settings makes you understand how it works.

 

As for output: select all clips in project window and Export Media.

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May 23, 2021 May 23, 2021

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I see the cuts, and I did "export media", but I got just one file containing everything. The only change was that my 161MB .mp4 file somehow got convereted to a 1,9 GB .mpeg file 😞

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Did you select all clips in the Project window first?

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Thank you SO much!

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Make sure the Work Area Bar is only over the part you want to export. Then export each scene one at a time or send them all to the Adobe Media Encoder queue and then export.

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