I just filmed some aerials with a GoPro and seem to have a very slight jitter...After some advice, I deliberately filmed in 1080x60FPS so I told to slow down and have a beautiful fluid motion.
I'm importing into MC and adding a timewarp but just wanna check my setting are correct. I am using Fluid Motion and dropping speed down to 50%
Seems to be getting a nice finish to it but is there any other way to achieve this without all the speed adjustment and render time and do my setting seem ok? Any other improvements I may have missed??
Cut the entire clip into a sequence and you will see a motion adapter due to the frame rate mismatch. Open up the effect editor for the motion effect editor and click promote (top of window). Then set speed to 100% which will make it play at 25fps (frame for frame) resulting in a slomo.
Do you not have a green dot on the clip in the timeline? If so, don't click on the effect mode button but the the motion looking icon underneath the color correction button. That will bring you to the motion effect editor. You need to then set it to 100% which represents 100% of current project frame rate which would be 25fps in your case.
If you are doing nothing but wanting to play 60fps at 25fps, then the 100% setting with progressive in and progressive out will do that. That will be the cleanest and highest quality slomo you can get because it was shot that way. If you need to slow it down even further, then FluidMotion is certainly one to consider but can be problematic under certain conditions, so what the details in the frame carefully. Especially objects that appear from behind other objects.