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  • Sun, Nov 9 2008 2:22 PM

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    slow down/speed up footage

    What is the most effective way to slow down or speed up footage in mc without adrenaline?

  • Sun, Nov 9 2008 2:43 PM In reply to

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    Re: slow down/speed up footage

    I'm also a newcomer to Liquid just like you.

    You will probably be getting a few very useful replies from those who are more at home with MC.

    In the meantime, maybe this will give you some ideas - even though it may not be exactly what you are looking for.

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  • Sun, Nov 9 2008 3:12 PM In reply to

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    Re: slow down/speed up footage

    I think that the fastest way to slow down/speed up a clip is to apply the Trim to Fill effect on the segment and then just trim it to be as long as I need it to be.

    If I'm not mistaking the best quality is achieved by using the Timewarp effect, rendered in FluidMotion mode. It also provides a lot more flexibility by using keyframes.

     

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  • Sun, Nov 9 2008 3:16 PM In reply to

    Re: slow down/speed up footage

    Fit to fill is one way as Douglas showed.

    To speed up you need to apply an effect. You will find it in the effect tab under the name Timewarp. That has a few predefined modes. To be totally free in your actions you should use Timewarp in the timewarp group. You might need some study of the helpfile. But is is a very powerfull effect.

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  • Sun, Nov 9 2008 5:20 PM In reply to

    Re: slow down/speed up footage

    unihill:
    What is the most effective way to slow down or speed up footage in mc without adrenaline?

    And having Adrenaline hardware or not makes no difference with regard to creating Motion FX.

     

     

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