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Using the high frame rate (HFR) material natively

Using the high frame rate (HFR) material natively: Final Cut Pro X Guru: Creating Speed Changes
Using the high frame rate (HFR) material natively: Final Cut Pro X Guru: Creating Speed Changes

A great way to slow down footage is to shoot at a higher frame rate during production. This allows you to have more frames per second to work with and gives you the ability to easily slow down a shot. In this movie, author Jeff Greenberg walks you through how to create a slow-motion shot from high frame rate footage in Apple Final Cut Pro X.

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Skill Level Intermediate
44m 57s
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Video Video Editing Final Cut Pro

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