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Premiere Pro Tutorial Part 60: Getting Slow-Motion

June 20, 2017, 01:39 PM

In the last tutorial, we talked about 4-point edits and how to use this to create slow-motion clips. However, there is a gotcha here … while speeding up a clip will result in Premiere Pro dropping frames, to slow a clip down means it must create new frames to fill the space – and it’s the options for creating these additional frames that we’re looking at here in this lesson.

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