Learn how to edit the timing and flow of your video using Premiere Pro to change the speed of clips, freeze frames, apply variable speeds, and more.
- Do you want your speed changes to look as good as they can in Premiere? If so, this is the right title you should be watching. My name's Jeff Greenberg, and we're going to take a look at working with speed and time in Premiere Pro, starting off with speed changes in the timeline. We're going to work on freeze frames, and understanding the way Premiere's interpolation works, including Optical Flow. We're going to play with variable time remapping and seeing some of the places that you might get tripped up, and finally, we're going to work with shooting at high frame rates. Let's get started playing with your footage and slowing it down and speeding it up.
- Editing a four-point edit, fit to fill
- Changing clip speed and duration
- Changing the speed but not the duration
- Reversing speed
- Shifting pitch
- Exporting a still
- Optical flow
- Setting time interpolation
- Smoothing out variable speed changes
- Creating a reverse segment
- Building a sequence for HFR