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Split a video across multiple screens

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Oct 24, 2020

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Client wants a single video file to be viewed across 3 screens side by side at the same time.
So timeline pixels of 5760 x 1080.
How do I edit and export this timeline into 3 seperate video files of (1920x1080) ?

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Correct answer by Richard M Knight | Adobe Community Professional

I would make a sequence to match the full sized video, you will have to use a 'custom' setting when producing the sequence.

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Then export using the standard 1920x1080 settings and using the export crop function to select which part of the video you want. You will have to do this 3 times using a different crop for each.

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Split a video across multiple screens

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Client wants a single video file to be viewed across 3 screens side by side at the same time.
So timeline pixels of 5760 x 1080.
How do I edit and export this timeline into 3 seperate video files of (1920x1080) ?

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Correct answer by Richard M Knight | Adobe Community Professional

I would make a sequence to match the full sized video, you will have to use a 'custom' setting when producing the sequence.

5760 sequence.PNG

 

Then export using the standard 1920x1080 settings and using the export crop function to select which part of the video you want. You will have to do this 3 times using a different crop for each.

5760 export.PNG

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I would make a sequence to match the full sized video, you will have to use a 'custom' setting when producing the sequence.

5760 sequence.PNG

 

Then export using the standard 1920x1080 settings and using the export crop function to select which part of the video you want. You will have to do this 3 times using a different crop for each.

5760 export.PNG

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That's even better!

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Thanks so much Richard!
You are a legend!
I really appreciate the help 🙂

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I would finish the edit at the full resolution, export that video and imported into a full HD sequence, and export it 3 times, where each time I shift the position numerically by 1920 in x.

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