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Premiere Pro: Speed Changes

Jeff Greenberg

About this course

Edit the pace and the flow of your video with even more confidence than before, after learning how to use Premiere Pro to change the speed of footage with ease. This course explores how to use features and tools in Premiere to freeze frames, blend frames, change frame rate, change clip speed, and even create a clip with variable speeds. Join Jeff Greenberg as he takes you through timeline adjustments, clip speed changes, interpolation with optical flow, remapping, shooting at a high frame rate (HFR), and more.


Topics include:
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

Curriculum

  • Exercise Files
  • Welcome
  • Using the Exercise Files
  • Speed Changes on the Timeline
  • Editing a Four Point Edit (Fit to Fill)
  • Using the Rate Stretch Tool
  • Using the Clip Speed/Duration Command
  • Preview
    Reversing Speed
  • Changing the Speed But Not Duration
  • When Pitch Shifting Will Most Likely Work
  • Freeze Frames
  • Exporting a Still Shouldn't Be Confused with FF
  • Preview
    Inserting a Frame Hold Segment
  • Adding a Frame Hold
  • Adjusting a Frame Hold Clip
  • Understanding the Time Interpolation
  • Frame Sampling vs. Frame Blending
  • Optical Flow & When It Won't Work
  • Setting the Time Interpolation from the Clip Menu
  • Globally Settng the Time Interpolaton on Export
  • Variable Time Remapping
  • Time Remapping on the Timeline & Adding Keyframes
  • Smoothing Out Variable Speed Changes
  • Creating a Reverse Segment
  • High Frame Rate (HFR) for Perfect Speed Changes
  • Preview
    Shooting High Frame Rate Footage
  • Properly Handling (Re-interpreting) HFR Clips
  • Building a Sequence for HFR
  • Conclusion

About this course

Edit the pace and the flow of your video with even more confidence than before, after learning how to use Premiere Pro to change the speed of footage with ease. This course explores how to use features and tools in Premiere to freeze frames, blend frames, change frame rate, change clip speed, and even create a clip with variable speeds. Join Jeff Greenberg as he takes you through timeline adjustments, clip speed changes, interpolation with optical flow, remapping, shooting at a high frame rate (HFR), and more.


Topics include:
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

Curriculum

  • Exercise Files
  • Welcome
  • Using the Exercise Files
  • Speed Changes on the Timeline
  • Editing a Four Point Edit (Fit to Fill)
  • Using the Rate Stretch Tool
  • Using the Clip Speed/Duration Command
  • Preview
    Reversing Speed
  • Changing the Speed But Not Duration
  • When Pitch Shifting Will Most Likely Work
  • Freeze Frames
  • Exporting a Still Shouldn't Be Confused with FF
  • Preview
    Inserting a Frame Hold Segment
  • Adding a Frame Hold
  • Adjusting a Frame Hold Clip
  • Understanding the Time Interpolation
  • Frame Sampling vs. Frame Blending
  • Optical Flow & When It Won't Work
  • Setting the Time Interpolation from the Clip Menu
  • Globally Settng the Time Interpolaton on Export
  • Variable Time Remapping
  • Time Remapping on the Timeline & Adding Keyframes
  • Smoothing Out Variable Speed Changes
  • Creating a Reverse Segment
  • High Frame Rate (HFR) for Perfect Speed Changes
  • Preview
    Shooting High Frame Rate Footage
  • Properly Handling (Re-interpreting) HFR Clips
  • Building a Sequence for HFR
  • Conclusion