Join Jason Osder for an in-depth discussion in this video Using optical flow technology for speed changes, part of Final Cut Studio: Round-Tripping.
Have you ever tried to slow a clip down in Final Cut Pro and it just doesn't…look so good? It staggers or it looks fuzzy or it just doesn't look good?…Well, this happens to all the time and Motion has a tool called Optical Flow…Technology that can do these jobs really, really well.…It interpolates the frames and when we say interpolate, that's the new made-up…frames between the existing frames that are needed for slow motion.…Optical Flow Technology makes those frames in a more sophisticated way than is…possible in Final Cut Pro, and that's what this lesson is all about.…
Down on the Timeline, I have a couple of clips that are mostly for…demonstration, at least to start with.…The first one was actually shot and what's called over-crank.…Meaning that 60 frames per second were exposed, so we can play them back at 24…frames per second to see a true slow motion.…This is the way natural history photography is done.…When you see the humming bird's wings flapping, it's over-cranked, exposing more…
- Using audio from Final Cut Pro in Motion or Soundtrack Pro
- Enhancing motion effects made in Final Cut Pro in Motion
- Working with a multitrack project
- Matching EQ levels with Soundtrack Pro
- Refining Final Cut Pro 3-way corrections in Color
- Preparing the timeline for Color
- Reconforming projects
- Sending a sequence to Compressor for output
- Transcoding for DSLR and other workflows
- Automating compression
- Using the Final Cut Pro to Compressor to DVD Studio Pro workflow
- Making a still menu
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Motion Round Trips
2. Soundtrack Pro Round Trips
3. Color Round Trips
4. Compressor Workflows
5. DVD Studio Pro Workflows
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