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Timo-UK
Twixtor slow motion in Adobe Premiere Pro.... How to increase clip length to fit new duration?
on Feb 21, 2006 at 1:37:09 am

If I have a clip of 20 seconds long and I want to slow my clip right down to the speed of let's say, 10%, the new length of the clip should be 200 seconds long (ie. 20 = 10% of 200). But unfortunately Premiere Pro only lets you see the first 20 secs of the Twixtored output in this case as the original clip duration is 20 secs long and abruptly ends after that. I can't extend the original clip unfortunately, so I need to pad out the clip to fake its length so it can render the other 180 seconds of slow motion.

The Twixtor tutorials say:

"In the case when the new duration has to become longer than the original (as in a simple slo-mo using Twixtor): we can manually change the duration in the resulting composition setting. Also, we need to


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Peter Litwinowicz
Re: Twixtor slow motion in Adobe Premiere Pro.... How to increase clip length to fit new duration?
on Feb 21, 2006 at 5:43:59 pm

Have you been to this page: http://www.revisionfx.com/auxdocs/ExtendDuration.htm?

(ANd by "composition" we mean a Premiere Pro "sequence"... sorry if our naming convention didn't make sense because it doesn't match up with what Premiere Pro actually uses).
Pete


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Timo-UK
Re: Twixtor slow motion in Adobe Premiere Pro.... How to increase clip length to fit new duration?
on Feb 21, 2006 at 9:34:23 pm

Thank you Peter and Pierre! Using a separate sequence, dedicated to just the original clip with additional Black Video padding, and then "calling up" this secondary sequence from within the main primary sequence and applying the Twixtor plugin to this newly nested sequence works great!

Many thanks, I'm really chuffed. :) Twixtor is a fantastic tool.

Best wishes, Timo :)


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Joey Stap
Re: Twixtor slow motion in Adobe Premiere Pro.... How to increase clip length to fit new duration?
on Oct 25, 2013 at 5:25:37 pm

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Joey Stap
Re: Twixtor slow motion in Adobe Premiere Pro.... How to increase clip length to fit new duration?
on Oct 25, 2013 at 5:26:44 pm

How do you apply twixtor to a nested sequence? I am not able to double click the sequence to add a twixtor.


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Peter Litwinowicz
Re: Twixtor slow motion in Adobe Premiere Pro.... How to increase clip length to fit new duration?
on Oct 25, 2013 at 7:43:39 pm

Have you seen our tutorials here at the cow?

Search for twixtor in the tutorials section and you'll find this:
http://library.creativecow.net/freitag_lori/twixtor-premiere-pro-overview/1

Pete Litwinowicz



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Pierre Jasmin
Re: Twixtor slow motion in Adobe Premiere Pro.... How to increase clip length to fit new duration?
on Feb 21, 2006 at 7:47:49 pm


You can use the nested sequence mechanism in Premiere as well, just create a new sequence of appropriate duration and drop footage in there and then drag that new sequence onto your main edit sequence and apply Twixtor on that. The nested sequence then does not need to be covered by media all the way.

In case aside the doc we have a lot of tutorials with sample projects, http://www.revisionfx.com/rstwixtortutorials.htm
Two things there: basics (large download) and a sample set of project files.

Pierre


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Paul Engelsman
Re: Twixtor slow motion in Adobe Premiere Pro.... How to increase clip length to fit new duration?
on Nov 19, 2015 at 12:45:42 am

So I just created like 70 "black added sequences" to get the right size for my Twixtor effect on all my clips. Hell of a job. But I discovered a little life-hack for next time. For me, the most important difference between Speed/duration and Twixtor in Premiere Pro is the smoothness of slow motion that Twixtor gives.

After you've speed/duration'ed your footage.. you can still apply Twixtor, crank up motion sensitivity to 100 and get that smooth slow motion. I can't spot the difference. If it's just a quick, nice looking slow motion effect you're looking for, this might save you a lot of time.


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