How to "chop" a video in half
by Ryan Meighan on May 17, 2016 at 7:52:51 pm
I need to segment a super wide video format into 8 different segments. It is for an ulra wide video board that cant play something that wide so I need to segment it. Not cuts but actually "chop". Its hard to explain so here's a pic example:
If I understand what you're trying to achieve: After Effects or a custom sequence format in Premiere and a bit of math... Nothing more, nothing less...
Create your custom sequence format, drop the movie in and move it accordingly...
Re: How to "chop" a video in half by Ryan Meighan on May 17, 2016 at 9:01:57 pm
Yeah that makes sense. I tried that. I guess the more general question now is how to match sequence settings? I have 1 super wide video file that is 4032x192 pixels. I drag that file into my timeline, then click "match sequence settings". When I go to export the file, I then again click "match sequence settings and this is what i see:
Why does it say the source is 2000 x 192 and the output is 1917 x 184? Shouldnt both of those say 4032x192?