- Getting Started
- Basic Editing Tips for Mac
- Add Video Effects
- Advanced Editing Tips for Mac
- Save and Share
- Effects Store
- Remove Watermark for Mac
Here is the preview screenshot of split screen video and do you want to know how can you make it with Wondershare Filmora for Mac (Originally Wondershare Video Editor for Mac)?
After import video/photo files in Media Library, you can move to Split Screen tab to choose any screen modes like 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 screen mode to create trendy videos right now. I'd prefer 3 Screen Crawl mode like this. Then drag it to timeline directly to ready for editing. Please note that currently the Split Screen only supports up to 6 screen, if you want to display like 10 screens at the same time, you can try PIP effect.
Double click the mode in timeline to activate the Split Screen Inspector and there would be a drop zone shown below, default media folder showing on the left. Please note, you can drag one file to different drop zone and set up different start points, or you can drag different files to different drop zones too. The media can be photo or video or both video and photo. You will notice the tiny toolbar for you to set up start point by dragging in the bottom of each drop zone Window.
If you want to switch another media file, you can drag the file to drop zone directly, it will replace with the new one automatically or right click the dropzone file to choose delete and then drag a new one. If there is sound/audio/voiceover in your original file, you can choose to mute or unmute by click the speaker button showing on each tiny drop zone window. The default setting is to turn off all audios..
If you need boarder to separate different windows with different colors, you can check up Apply Boarder below the drop zone and choose the color you like most as follow. After you complete this, you can export it directly or add more features.
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