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LazyAngelGOLD Member
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Posted:
How do you get the multiple video screens playing simultaneously in Adobe Premiere? i.e in the recent video from Durbs and Strugz, there was a bit of that.

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Posted:
one way of doing it, (i don't know if it's THE way) but take the video clips and insert them on different lines in the timeline, then if you select one, in the screen next to monitor (i forget what it's called), click... "motion" i think... or "effects" one or the other and you will see a fold out menu, where you can change the scale of the video clips and position. Fiddle about for a bit, scrolling them up and down until you got them where you want them (all this will be visible in the monitor) and voila! multi screen video.

I hope that makes a bit of sense, i don't have premiere on this computer so i don't remember exactly what the screen is called biggrin

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LazyAngelGOLD Member
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Posted:
ok will go try that. Thanks!

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Posted:
Yup what non said, in the motion menu you're looking for "scale" and postion to move the two images beside each other, one thing you have to look out for is key frames, if you look just beside the scale option you'll see a little white circle, if you click on it and you can add keyframes (they'll show up as little white dots on the effect timeline), meaning that you'll be able to change the scale on the time line. So you can show the video getting smaller and moving to where you want. Sqrew around with the keyframes alittle cause the can create problems sometimes. Having the little white circle turned off means that you'll just keep the size that you type in for the whole films. Keyframes are cool. What premiere version do you have?

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