Creating basic motion effects


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Creating basic motion effects

Changing the timing of a clip or segment is a very common thing you need to do, and Media Composer can do this is a number or ways. If you simply want to speed up or slow down a clip without the need for a clip to change speed within the clip, you can use the Motion Effect Editor. And if you'd like to make a freeze frame out of a clip, which means the clip has absolutely no motion and is merely a static image, you can use the Freeze Frame creation tool. Both of these tools produce new clips with new media and for this reason, they're called source-based adjustments.

Let's take a look at how they work. I have a couple of clips here that I would like to change the speed for, and they're fairly short, so we can quickly apple these. Now to use the Motion Effect Editor, I'm going to need to map it to my interface or keyboard, and just so you can see it, I'm going to map it to a button underneath my source monitor. So I'm going to press Ctrl+3 or Command+3 on a Mac t...

Creating basic motion effects
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Creating basic motion effects provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ashley Kennedy as part of the Avid Media Composer 6 Essential Training

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