Retiming video footage


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Retiming video footage

Have you ever watched one of those Hollywood movies where you see somebody running down the street and then it goes into super slow motion? Well really what's happening with that, they were originally shot with a high frame rate camera. So super slow motion was created because, let's say, the footage was shot at 200 frames a second, and then they played it back at 30 frames a second. So you get a much slower motion. I think there are plenty of us that get lots of footage that wasn't shot with a high speed camera, but people still want to slow it down and speed it up.

And usually, as a rule of thumb, I like to think, okay, I don't want to slow my footage down slower than, 30% lower than it was originally shot. And that's just a rule of thumb, so I can create smooth projects. But before you can even deal with any of that, you need to have a base understanding of what the tools are, and how they function. So let's start by looking at our project here. If we look in th...

Retiming video footage
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Retiming video footage provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ian Robinson as part of the After Effects CS6 Essential Training

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Video
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