Learn how to adjust clip speed of recorded media.
- [Instructor] I'm going to show you how to speed up…or slow down a video clip using the clip speed effect.…You can find that in the visual effects panel…all the way at the bottom.…Speeding up a clip works great for things…that take a long time to work through…but you don't necessarily need to show…every second of the process.…Like logging into a website, downloading a large file,…or rending out a video.…That sort of thing.…Alright so in this first clip here,…I have a screen capture of Camtasia rendering out my video.…
Let me play a little bit of that for you.…I'm gonna his the space bar.…Now I want to use this in my video…but I don't think anyone wants to sit through…25 seconds of riveting render footage.…So I'm going to sue the clip speed effect…to speed things up.…I'm just gonna go ahead and drag this to my clip…and there are a couple of ways to adjust this.…I'll show you both.…If I click on this arrow here…I can adjust it by dragging left or right.…
Right will extend the duration,…and left will speed things up.…
- Determine which action is used to add a video to a specific point in a project.
- Explore the path used to adjust project dimensions.
- Define B-roll.
- Recall the purpose of masking.
- Name the feature used to add zooms, pans, or tilts to media.
- Identify the probable cause of missing files in a project.
Skill Level Beginner
Visualizing a final project2m 19s
1. Creating Your First Video
2. Improving Your Video
3. Polishing Your Project
4. Finishing Steps
Creating a local file video1m 58s
Next steps1m 24s
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