Four-Up videos: You need to display Four-Up Media Screens simultaneously on one display device (see Figure 1).
For Full Screen videos or Two-Up videos: Chose the related Load Templates in step #4 below.
For these instructions, we will assume you have set up four Media Items (one for each video).
First, set the program to Multi-Screen mode. Go to Behavior > Screens Mode. Clicking this menu item will toggle the mode between Single-Screen and Multi-Screen mode.
Set the program to Load Templates mode with source "Media Item". Go to Behavior > Load Templates Source and pick "Media Item" from the selection menu. In this mode, the program will use the Load Template that is specified in the Media Screens Dimensions panel (Figure 5).
This is a one time operation. Create the Basic Load Templates that will be used to position each video on the display. Once you have created the Basic Load Templates, they will remain available for all Media Lists. If you swap in a new display, and its dimensions (W,H in pixels) is a different size, you will need to create new templates.
Now for each Media Item, assign one of the Basic Load Templates using the controls in the Media Screens Dimensions panel (Figure 5). Pick one of the quadrant templates for each Media Item ("Top Left Quadrant", "Top Right Quadrant", "Bottom Left Quadrant", "Bottom Right Quadrant" ).
If you need to set mulitple Media Items to one template style, for productivity, you can use the Tools > Load Templates > Multiple Item Edit.
You can start the Media Screens by clicking the Play button in the Media List Editor. Or create a Script of Play steps in the Automator.