Edit (on 4/18/20)
Sort of figured out how to do an acceptable split screen (along with a saved preset to repeat the process). Vid link below (split screen test)
However, I’m uncertain if the screens are evenly split. Requires LumaFusion to implement a future snap to grid or guideline feature.
For those that are interested.
Split screen test: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=avRaROAN00w
Still’ requires more steps (the first go around) than iMovie’s free app, but at least it’s something.
Subsequent steps fortunately are much quicker as long as you create presets.
So overall, LumaFusion works well, more versatile, but that first go around plus no snap-to-grid (No guide lines) feature make me question how precise the initial split screen specs are.
The other challenge is to synchronize the separate vids (not shown in the vid because I’m still experimenting.)
Markers don’t work as I would have hoped. Wish there were markers directly on the timeline, where the user would ‘merge marker’ to synchronize that specific frame ... and therefore the entire video itself.
I just picked up Luma Fusion today.
iMovie has a very simple, one step process to create split screen videos. Does Luma Fusion offer the same feature?
I‘ve seen a couple YouTube LumaFusion split screen tutorial but they take longer and are not as precise.
The following is my screen recording of iMovie’s simple split screen feature.
Notice how both videos are centered.
Luma Fusion doesn’t seem to offer an equivalent easy solution.
[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-8IfHgH ... e=youtu.be
Edit: If not a one step process, what’s the fastest, and more importantly replicable with precision, method?