Sometimes a shot does not time out exactly how you want it to and is a little bit too short. Can you adjust the speed of the shot in Adobe Premiere Pro so the length of the clip fits in with the other clips in your timeline? In this movie, author Richard Harrington walks you through a few techniques that you can use to adjust the speed of your shot in Adobe Premiere Pro.
- Sometimes a shot doesn't time out exactly right,…and to fix it, there are a couple of different ways…to tackle the problem.…Let me show you how I can use Premiere Pro…to adjust the speed of a shot.…I'll also show you a new addition under Premiere Pro 2015…that might come in handy.…Here's an example of the End tag.…You'll see what happens is that an animated logo…comes up and matches the slow pan across.…Well, a couple things happened here.…First up, this shot is nested.…
If you double-click here, you can step inside…and see the original clip.…This is because this original shot was stabilized,…and we did that through nesting for two reasons.…We shot 1920 by 1080, but the client…decided to deliver at 1280 by 720.…Now, those are two different flavors of HD,…but in order to stabilize a shot…your sequence settings need to match.…
So in this case, the stabilization was applied,…but you may want to actually tweak things just a little.…So if you take a look here at the nest,…you'll notice that one of the options you have…
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