What version of Premiere Elements and on what computer operating system is it running.
The easiest way would be to do selective export of your Timeline to AVCHD.mp4 file saved to the computer hard drive and then upload each of the 3 exports to YouTube at the YouTube web site. This approach has 2 must dos for the Premiere Elements export to file...
a. gray tabs of work area bar need to span the segment to be exported
b. the export settings must have a "Share Work Bar Area Only" option enabled.
You cannot do a selective upload of a portion of your Timeline using the Premiere Elements built in YouTube feature since that YouTube preset does not have a "Share Work Bar Only" option.
You could make 3 copies of the project and eliminate 2 of the 3 parts, different for each copy, and then use the Premiere Elements built in YouTube feature to upload each copy to YouTube at the YouTube web site.
If any of those ideas are of interest, I can supply for details.
Please view and consider.
Romano. I have Premiere Elements 13. Running Windows 7
PS. I have used the "trim" feature to delete the last 24 minutes and plan to upload parts A, B, and C once I trim out the other two sections. Will give you an update. John R
Thanks for the reply.
This should work for you. But, if any problems, please let me know, and we can sort through the details.
A T, thanks for your help! It was a Sunday school lesson of 36 minutes.
Actually, was able to use the Sony "Play memories" f r e e software, and then
go into my YouTube settings to get permission to upload a video longer than
15 minutes. So, now, I am "verified"...
Am still interested in learning more about Adobe Elements, as I am going to
set up some online teaching in the near future. Stay healthy! John R
In a message dated 6/16/2015 10:49:44 P.M. Central Daylight Time,
How do I spit one video and save 3 parts?
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Great news that your project was a success. Congratulations.
The following may be of interest as you move forward in your Premiere Elements 13/13.1 projects
The above includes the links for the Premiere Elements 13 Help PDF and Elements Organizer 13 Help PDF and more.
Be on guard when watching any Premiere Elements video tutorial with regard to the version being used for the demo
Premiere Elements 11 workspace headers are Quick and Expert
Premiere Elements 12 workspace headers are Quick, Guided, and Expert
Premiere Elements 13 workspace headers are eLive, Quick, Guided, and Expert (if outside the USA, you may not have eLive).
We will be watching for your progress as your schedule permits.