In the event that one or more timelines are set, the split will
only affect the timelines and won't affect the rest of the source file(s).
Split files into the specified number of smaller
clips of equal duration - if selected, the following parameter
Number - the number of generated clips.
For example, if you process
a 30-second video file in this mode with "Number" = 4, you'll
get four 7.5-second clips at the output:
file: 0-7.5 sec
2-nd file: 7.5-15 sec
3-rd file: 15-22.5 sec
4-th file: 22.5-30 sec
In the event that one or more timelines are set, then duration of
each produced clip will equal the duration of the first timeline. For
example, if you process a 30-second video file in this mode with "Number"
= 3, and a 5-second timeline is set, you'll get three 5-second files at
file: 0-5 sec
2-nd file: 10-15 sec
3-rd file: 20-25 sec
files by the selected timelines.
When performing video
montage operations, for example, insertion of a video scene in the
beginning of film, the duration of
each generated clip will be greater than the value you specify in the
For instance, let's consider again the above
situation and suppose that you have selected a
3-second video scene to be inserted in the beginning of film. In this
case you'll get four 10-second clips at the output: