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    I have all the adobe stuff. I was just wondering if its possible to merge 2 video files together to play side by side to compare to one another. If any adobe product cant anyone know of one that will?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Imaphaggit View Post
    I have all the adobe stuff. I was just wondering if its possible to merge 2 video files together to play side by side to compare to one another. If any adobe product cant anyone know of one that will?

    Thanks Very Much!


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    Not possible i take it?

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    As in one video takes up half the screen, the other the other half? Yea, that's easy in Premiere Pro...just scale down both the videos.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TrueBassist View Post
    As in one video takes up half the screen, the other the other half? Yea, that's easy in Premiere Pro...just scale down both the videos.
    Im a so called n00b when it comes to video editing. Is there any step by step instructions haha. Sorry to be a pain.

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    Put the video onto the timeline so it shows up on the Preview Monitor (right hand monitor in Premiere Pro CS3). Double click on the video on the timeline and it should appear in the Edit Monitor (left hand monitor in Premiere Pro CS3). Click on the Effects Controls panel above the Edit Monitor, then on the motion button. Uncheck the Uniform Scale box and then scale down the video on the Preview Monitor to whatever size you want.

    Do the exact same with the other video you want to use but move it across to the other side of the Preview Monitor so you can see both videos at the same time.

    Hope this helps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TrueBassist View Post
    Put the video onto the timeline so it shows up on the Preview Monitor (right hand monitor in Premiere Pro CS3). Double click on the video on the timeline and it should appear in the Edit Monitor (left hand monitor in Premiere Pro CS3). Click on the Effects Controls panel above the Edit Monitor, then on the motion button. Uncheck the Uniform Scale box and then scale down the video on the Preview Monitor to whatever size you want.

    Do the exact same with the other video you want to use but move it across to the other side of the Preview Monitor so you can see both videos at the same time.

    Hope this helps.
    Hey Thanks a bunch!

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    No problem
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