split screen

noun
1.
Also called composite shot. Movies, Television. a type of process photography in which two or more shots are juxtaposed and projected simultaneously on the screen.
2.
Computers. a mode of operation that uses windows to enable simultaneous viewing of two or more displays on the same screen.
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