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Henrik Bjoerlin
exporting a movie in a left and right side
on Apr 4, 2009 at 9:37:30 pm

I am working on a motion project 2460px x 768px.
Now I need to export this movie in a leftside part and a rightside part to compress and later join together in Watchout. I would like to split the movie in two 1230x768 parts.

To do this I have tried to simply change the project properties to 1230x768. Motion then by default centres all media in the resized canvas.
Does anyone know a way to reposition all the media in a simple way?
I would like to avoid to reposition every item of media in the project.

Any other ideas on how to go about this?



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Henrik Bjoerlin
Re: exporting a movie in a left and right side
on Apr 5, 2009 at 7:15:57 am

I came up with the solution myself. You just put all the groups in a new group. Then you reposition that group where you want it.


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Peter Wiggins
Re: exporting a movie in a left and right side
on Apr 5, 2009 at 11:48:21 am

repeating a thread from another forum, the best answer was to export out a full resolution quicktime,
then make two copies/exports in QuicktimePro by adjusting the geometry/size.



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Josh Paulson
Re: exporting a movie in a left and right side
on Apr 7, 2009 at 1:43:20 pm

I did a similar set-up with 5 HD monitors. My trick was to position a camera in each of the 5 sections, and when exporting, I chose which camera I wanted in the advanced export settings.


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Donnie Mallkerb
Re: exporting a movie in a left and right side
on May 20, 2009 at 4:22:00 pm

I have a similar problem. but with after effects i guess

i need to export a 5120 x 768 file split into five 1024 x 768 files. im wondering what would be the easiest way to do this, if i already have video files rendered at 5120 x 768.

the camera idea for each section might work in after effects??? i will try that out... I am unsure how accurate that might be though...

any ideas? an alternative or stand alone app that might help?

iim on mac osx btw

thanks guys


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