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Jul 04, 2020

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I'd like to make ONE video look like it's being shown, i.e. spread out, over multiple monitors like you might see in a sports bar on a wall.  Like a football game split up on multiple monitors with the "little black lines" where the monitors butt up against each other.  I saw some video Wall Maker plugins/demos but the one that looked most promising took the "little black lines" out when the same (one video) was spread across multiple "virtual" monitors.  Hope I explained it well enough.  I attached a pic so you get the idea.  Either something within Premiere Pro or a plugin - I'm not particular.  Seems like there should be an "elegant" way to do this vs. drawing lines on the screen :).  

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video wall effect

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I'd like to make ONE video look like it's being shown, i.e. spread out, over multiple monitors like you might see in a sports bar on a wall.  Like a football game split up on multiple monitors with the "little black lines" where the monitors butt up against each other.  I saw some video Wall Maker plugins/demos but the one that looked most promising took the "little black lines" out when the same (one video) was spread across multiple "virtual" monitors.  Hope I explained it well enough.  I attached a pic so you get the idea.  Either something within Premiere Pro or a plugin - I'm not particular.  Seems like there should be an "elegant" way to do this vs. drawing lines on the screen :).  

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If you want to overlay a grid pattern, apply the Grid effect - Effects > Video Effects > Generate > Grid and adjust to taste:

Screen Shot 2020-07-04 at 12.05.12 PM.png

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Dang, that was fast. First experience on the forum.  Thanks so much.

Is there a way to "bend" that around as well.  Kind of what you see when you look in a spoon?

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Also effecting the video behind the grid?

Also apply the Lens Distortion Effect -  Effects > Video Effects > Distort > Lens Distortion:

Screen Shot 2020-07-04 at 12.53.33 PM.png

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