How to Split Your Video Screen into Many Parts?

Learn how to split your video screen into many parts from this tutorial. It’s easier than you think!

Spliting your video screen into many parts can be useful in various ways. I will not tell you why you would want to do that here. This is my short tutorial on “how-to split video screen with ActivePresenter 7”. This is a really simple tutorial that you can follow easily. There’s no secrete here.

How to Split Your Video Screen into Many Parts?

Step 1: Download and install ActivePresenter on your computer.

Choose your operating system (Windows 64 bit or Mac) at the download page of Atomi Systems. It will take about 5 minutes to get everything done.

ActivePresenter 7 Interface
ActivePresenter – The best free tool to add annotation to videos and images

Step 2: Create Blank Project

On starting screen -> Blank Project. You’ll see the interface of the program. Go to Annotation-> Video -> From File.. Then choose the videos that you want to add into the screen. Remember to add all your videos into 1 slide. ActivePresenter allows you to add as many video track into the slide as you want. You are able to customize your videos too.

ActivePresenter Split Screen

Step 3: Edit & Arrange your videos

From the editor, you can edit and arrange your videos easily. All tools are available for you to use including: Text-to Speed, blur effects, Chroma key, Zoom in/out and more.

Step 4: Finish your work

When you are done, finish your project by exporting your videos into the output formats you want. For free version, ActivePresenter allows you to create AVI, MKV, MP4, MOV and WebM in full HD quality. Exporting video speed depends on your video size. But it’s very fast in comparison with other tools.

ActivePresenter Export to video

Bottom line

If you have any problem to follow our tutorial, don’t hesitate to contact us any time. ActivePresenter is the best screencast software and elearning authoring tool you can trust. Don’t forget to follow us to receive more valuable post notifications in the future.

Good luck!


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