Creating freeze frames and changing clip speed, duration, and direction


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Creating freeze frames and changing clip speed, duration, and direction

In addition to trimming clips there are a few other fun things you can do on the Timeline. You can create still images from a single frame in your clip, change your clips' speed or duration, and make clips run backwards. Let me show you a practical application of this concept here in this particular project. Now I have a gap here between the first clip and the second clip. I can fill that gap by just adding some more tail frames from the previous clip, but I am going to pretend that there aren't any more tails frames to add. That I have used the entire clips right up to the end there and I have no more frames to add.

When you're desperate like this, then you absolutely must fill a gap like that with frames that just don't exist, you can stretch your clip. You can use frames inside this clip that are already there and stretch them out a little bit by clicking on this Time Stretch tool. It turns into a funny little cursor there. It has a little squiggly line going through it...

Creating freeze frames and changing clip speed, duration, and direction
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Creating freeze frames and changing clip speed, duration, and direction provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Jeff Sengstack as part of the Premiere Elements 9 Essential Training

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