Create split screens in FILMORA 13 [Simple + Advanced]

Are you looking to add an extra flair to your videos? Split screens can bring a dynamic element, showcasing multiple visuals simultaneously.

Filmora 13 makes this process a breeze with its Split Screen feature.

How to Make Split Screen Video with Filmora

How to Make Split Screen Video with Filmora

Here’s a quick guide on how to create impressive split screen videos using Filmora:

Using Split Screen Templates

1. Accessing Split Screen Templates

Open Filmora video editor and navigate to Templates > Split Screen. Here, you'll find a range of templates catering to 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 media files.

2. Selecting a Template

Choose a template that aligns with your vision and drag it onto the timeline. Double-click the template to access its properties.

3. Adjusting Properties

Within the properties panel, customize the Split Screen Animation, Border Color, size, and other parameters to suit your preferences.

4. Adding Media Files

Click on the "Advanced" button to import your video or image files. Drag and drop them onto the split screen timeline individually.

5. Fine-Tuning

Arrange the media files within the split screen, making necessary adjustments for positioning or duration.

6. Applying Changes

Once satisfied with the arrangement, click on the "Apply" button to finalize the split screen configuration.

With these straightforward steps, Filmora Video Editor empowers you to effortlessly create captivating split screen videos. Experiment with different templates and media combinations to craft visually engaging content that stands out.

Create Custom Split Screen Manually

To create a split screen manually in Filmora 13, you can follow these steps:

  1. Open Filmora Video Editor: Launch the Filmora software and start a new project or open an existing one where you want to create a split screen.
  2. Import Media: Import the video clips or images you want to use for your split screen. Go to the Media Panel, click on "Import" and select the files from your computer.
  3. Drag Media to Timeline: Drag the first video/image clip onto the timeline. This will be one part of your split screen.
  4. Add a New Track: To create a split screen, you'll need multiple tracks. Right-click on the timeline and choose "Add Track" or look for the option to add a new track. You may need to add multiple tracks depending on the number of splits you want.
  5. Position Media on Different Tracks: Drag the other video/image clips onto the additional tracks you've created. Each track will represent a section of your split screen.
  6. Resize and Position: Click on each clip in the timeline to select it. Use the handles on the edges of the clip in the preview window to resize and adjust its position within the frame. You can also use the Position and Scale options in the Effects Panel for precise adjustments.
  7. Adjust Transitions (if needed): To create smooth transitions between split screen sections, you can add transitions between clips. Go to the Transitions tab, select a transition, and drag it between the clips on the timeline.
  8. Preview and Finalize: Once you've positioned and adjusted all the media elements on the timeline, play through the video to ensure the split screen looks how you want it. Make any final adjustments as needed.
  9. Export the Video: When you're satisfied with the split screen layout, it's time to export your video. Go to the Export tab, choose your desired settings (resolution, format, etc.), and click on "Export" to save your split screen video.

By following these steps, you can manually create a split screen effect in Filmora by arranging multiple media elements on different tracks and adjusting their sizes and positions to create the desired layout.