Export timeline but as individual clips
It would be great to export a full timeline from Premier but instead of one video, each video clip on the timeline is exported individually. This is an option in DaVinci Resolve and I've found it to be really useful. Having to do it manually can definitely be a pain.
Thank you for your feedback. This is under review.
The Machine Must Work commented
We believe we have solved this long awaited problem.
With our new extension you can export individual clips from your timeline in a single click.
We have also track and clip filtering options.
And a custom file name builder with variables.
If that sounds good, check it out here:
We hope you enjoy it!
Henrique \\ TMMW
Yes Treffer-Media there is a faster method ! https://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PL95F-QjAL6dFlhsRDuaw8kp2tSlt7qGLe&v=ZvBEtJeceGE&feature=emb_title
I would really like to export all of my single clips with the warp effect, or speed ramping on it, to further edit the clips without the computer loosing it all the time.
Speed ramping + warp is not even possible at the moment.
So PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE ADOBE, implement this feature.
Its so shocking to search for a basic function and then finding out its NOT EVEN POSSIBLE with Adobe alone.......
Will export all the clips in one video, then placing it on top of clips and then adding the cuts again....
if you guys know any other faster method, please let mew know!
Fede if you want only the clip trimmed it won't take any effect applied to it. It would only take the original files and remove unused frames. Is that what you want ?
Fede Ondarts commented
This is really necessary! It should come with the option to select the handle duration for each clip. As well as if we want the attributes of each clip to be taken into account.
Maybe I'm working on a HD sequence with 4k footage and I want to send the colorist the clips with there original resolution. In this case it would be amazing if Premiere cut just cut the clip without reencoding.
Sir Ivan commented
Greetings Fellow editors,
I developed new extension: EXCALIBUR. It has "Export Selected Clips" command. Select all clips in timeline and execute it.
And you can assign shortcut to this command.
But it does much more than that, learn more here:
This converts the original footage without any effects applied on them. Unless maybe if you add the effects on the Master tab, I didn't try this
Dragos Teglas commented
Apparently, there is a way... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=huyEKvXEeIw&feature=emb_title
Dragos Teglas commented
Please make this option available. It saves hours in post. I know you can now export multiple clips from the bin but we should also have an export timeline as single clips in case a pre-edited sequence has been done.
Alexander my AfterCodecs solution includes all effect and anything you put on the timeline https://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PL95F-QjAL6dFlhsRDuaw8kp2tSlt7qGLe&v=ZvBEtJeceGE&feature=emb_title
Alexander Manning commented
With the ability to include all added effects please!
Andreas Urra commented
Also, it would be great if/when it will be implemented to have an option to include handles of a user defined length. And an option to have effects active or not. Like in Davinci.
Mary Flanagan commented
The issue I have with the existing solutions is that premiere seems to detect when cuts are sequential in the same source and then exports those two clips as one.
This limits the usefulness of the process
Solution to this issue : some updates on AfterCodecs with MultiRender (tutorial https://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PL95F-QjAL6dFlhsRDuaw8kp2tSlt7qGLe&v=ZvBEtJeceGE&feature=emb_title )
* Bug fix with forbidden filename characters (<>:"/|?*), now there is a protection removing them both in the Exporter and in the MultiRender Panel
* If you are on Trial Mode, license will only be asked once
Update to the latest version here https://www.autokroma.com/AfterCodecs/Download
paul sourice commented
Have you tried using the render and replace function that offers render individual clip in your timeline and transcode and batch export, to whatever you like... cloud watch folder for AME...
Andy McSweeney commented
This is actually quite smart, those of us working on 4k w/ old CPUs can export and then reassemble for transitions etc!
Youwei Eric Lin commented
This is time saver & very useful for us who create/edit camera master for stock footage. Using "Project manager" is half way there but it cannot include the color grade, warp stabilisation and speed change i have included in the exported individual clips. When will this upgrade be possible ?
Here's a youtube tutorial about my AfterCodecs MultiRender method to export individual clips from Premiere Pro and Media Encoder, scalable to hundreds of clips within a few clicks ! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZvBEtJeceGE&list=PL95F-QjAL6dFlhsRDuaw8kp2tSlt7qGLe
And yes Andrew this retains the original clip names, you can even prefix them in the output if you want. You can also rename the clips on the timeline (for after CC 2018 included) if you feel the need to
If this gets implemented, please allow clip names to retain the original file name (e.g. source clip Clip94.mxf could become Clip94.mp4) and also match timecode of the original clip. This would be invaluable for batch exporting media for stock footage as it allows the user to refer back to the original camera file.
Kévin Mendiboure commented
Antoine Autokroma thank you very much for your product, it looks amasing! I will test it soon. Very useful to use for stockshots! Adobe should add it directly in the software..