You can do this in AME.
Add Premiere Pro sequence via File.
Go into the Settings
Set your export settings and adjust the Work Area Bar (yellow bar with triangles in bottem left corner of the settings)
Duplicate sequence in AME.
Adjust Work Area Bar.
And repeat once again.
Out of curiosity, I'm wondering why you would want to do this?
I occasionally post videos on youtube, but since there is a 2gb limit, I split the video in parts so I can keep the same quality.
Thanks all of you for the help.
I'm anything but a YouTube expert, but don't they now offer subscriptions to allow for both longer Duration and larger files?
a video would have to be 2 hours long in order to have it get to a 2 Gb size on Youtube. I know of nobody who have ever come close to the 2 gb limit, must be documentry at 1080p to be that size. If one has to spit a movie into 2 gb pieces, then how large would that file be, before the split ?
I'm thinking the OP is uploading in the wrong format, or exporting the video at way too high a level for youtube.
It's 1080p video thats over 200gb before its compressed, so around 1.5gb after its rendered sounds like a pretty good deal to me.
Use the YouTube preset under H.264 for your video's. They give excellent quality.
Besides there is no 2 gb limit. You can upgrade to 15 minutes and larger filesizes.