Changing clip speed, duration, and direction


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Changing clip speed, duration, and direction

In addition to trimming clips, there are a few other fun things you could do on the Timeline. You can split clips, change clip's speed, duration and direction and create freeze frames. Now we are working here in tutorial, 05-other. In this tutorial, we are working with a wide screen project as opposed to the standard definition we have used in other tutorials. This is a 16X9 aspect ratio because this video was shot with an HDV camcorder. In this tutorial, I'll explain how you can combine three editing tools to create slow motion, a freeze frame and put the action in reverse, staring with slow mode and speeding up the regular speed. But first of all, I want to explain the difference between the Time Stretch tool and the Time Stretch Menu command. You will find the Time Stretch tool here in the Timeline right at the top and the menu command is up under the Clip menu.

We will start with the Time Stretch tool. Typically, you use the Time Stretch tool only when you are sort of desp...

Changing clip speed, duration, and direction
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Changing clip speed, duration, and direction provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Jeff Sengstack as part of the Premiere Elements 7 Essential Training

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