Using speed effects to retime clips


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Using speed effects to retime clips

It's sometimes a very useful thing to be able to speed up and slow down your clips for various reasons. Let's take a look at how to do this. So I'm going into 9.12, and I am going to view clips here that I'd like to change the speed for. This one is a pan, and it's quite slow, I am going to play it in real-time just so you can get a sense of it. (video playing) So it's very slow, if I check out the duration Ctrl+D, it's almost 17 seconds long.

So let's go ahead in speed this up, and I think we could probably double the speed, and it should still look pretty natural. So what I am going to do is just click on the clip and then come to my Retiming menu, you can also press Cmd+R to get here, and then you have lots of choices here. Just to speed up the entire clip we are going to go to Fast, and you have various choices here, I am going to start off with 2x speed. And you notice the clip shortened by half, and that's because it's playing the frames of the clip much...

Using speed effects to retime clips
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Using speed effects to retime clips provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ashley Kennedy as part of the Final Cut Pro X 10.0.9 Essential Training

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Final Cut Pro
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