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BigBadFun
Twixtor for half speed in Premiere
on Oct 21, 2005 at 6:32:53 am

Hi there all!

I'm just wondering if someone could help me with a dummies guide - 10 easy steps. I know there is a tutorial but I am currently on a super slow connection and cannot download it all...

I am at a clients office. They have Twixtor 3.02 Pro and Premiere Pro v1.5. Video is PAL (25fps)

They are simply trying to use Twixtor to turn a clip into 50% speed and make it smooth (and correct duration)

Could someone please give me a quick clue on how to do this (eg: field settings and duration method in Premiere?) Thanks to anyone in advance....

BBF


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Pierre Jasmin
Re: Twixtor for half speed in Premiere
on Oct 22, 2005 at 12:40:17 am



Mr Shin made some tutorials just for you
with some Premiere Project
http://www.revisionfx.com/rstwixtortutorials.htm
look for Twixtor Basics

At the bottom of the page there is a few example setup for Premiere (look into the Twixtor 3 one)


Pierre


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BigBadFun
Re: Twixtor for half speed in Premiere
on Oct 22, 2005 at 12:53:58 am


Hey thanks! Will give it a go...

Also, I am using a P4 3.0Ghz computer with 2Gig RAM.... it's taking about 100 minutes to render a 1 minute clip. (50% speed, smart blend) Is this typical?


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Pierre Jasmin
Re: Twixtor for half speed in Premiere
on Oct 22, 2005 at 1:56:30 am



1 minute at 59.94 fields per second (?) is around 3600 frames
An hour is 60 minutes
A minute is 60 seconds
60 X 60 is 3600 seconds
3600 frames in 3600 seconds is 1 second a frame

That sounds about right

Pierre


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BigBadFun
Re: Twixtor for half speed in Premiere
on Oct 23, 2005 at 2:16:45 am

Ahhh... whata shame. I am going to buy the latest version - would be real handy in doing some corporate work... I would love to use it in my wedding video music montages but at those rendering times it would be impossible. Fantastic quality though - hopefully future versions address the time....


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