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Aida Ruilova
Twixtor 4.5 - final cut - slow motion fx - lengthen clip
on Feb 23, 2006 at 3:23:09 am

I am working in final cut 5 and trying to create a slow
motion clip that is lentgthened using the pre-comping
method that is shown in the twixtor tutorial on how to
change the duration of the clip and pre-comping (in relation
to slow motion.)

I have gone thru it numerous times and cannot get my
clip to become longer. I am confused by the tutorial so
any help in explaining exactly how to do this would be
much appreciated.

thank you in advance,
A


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Pierre Jasmin
Re: Twixtor 4.5 - final cut - slow motion fx - lengthen clip
on Feb 24, 2006 at 3:57:51 am



FYI:
http://www.revisionfx.com/auxdocs/ExtendDuration.htm#Final%20Cut%20Pro

I will let Pete or Shin answer in more details if it's not clear as they know FCP more then me.

Pierre


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Aida Ruilova
Re: Twixtor 4.5 - final cut - slow motion fx - lengthen clip
on Feb 24, 2006 at 4:09:55 pm

Yes, thank you for the link - I followed the instructions -
I created the first sequence with clip and noise and added the twixtor plug in to it

I then dragged that sequence from the browser into a new
sequence that created the intermediate sequence

I then rendered it and clip played back but not longer and noise was at
the end of it. So it did not lengthen it....

please help - thank you

A



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Peter Litwinowicz
Re: Twixtor 4.5 - final cut - slow motion fx - lengthen clip
on Feb 24, 2006 at 5:18:14 pm

From what you describe, it sounds like you put Twixtor on the original footage in the first sequence on the footage itself.

You say you did this:[Aida Ruilova] "I created the first sequence with clip and noise and added the twixtor plug in to it"

What you should do is this:
Put the clip first into a sequence and add noise to it.
Then drag that intermediate sequence into another sequence (call it the final sequence).
Then apply Twixtor to the intermediate sequence inside the final sequence.

It sounds like you applied Twixtor inside the wrong sequence.

Pete


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Aida Ruilova
Re: Twixtor 4.5 - final cut - slow motion fx - lengthen clip
on Feb 24, 2006 at 5:54:53 pm


"Then apply Twixtor to the intermediate sequence inside the final sequence."


This is the part i have trouble with - what you stated above - should i also
drap the final sequence into the viewer (from the browser window) in order
to apply the twixtor filter. And then do i apply the render to the final sequence?

thanks for your help -A



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Peter Litwinowicz
Re: Twixtor 4.5 - final cut - slow motion fx - lengthen clip
on Feb 24, 2006 at 6:03:55 pm

[Aida Ruilova] "This is the part i have trouble with - what you stated above - should i also
drap the final sequence into the viewer (from the browser window) in order
to apply the twixtor filter. And then do i apply the render to the final sequence?"


Yes!
Pete


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wArden
Re: Twixtor 4.5 - final cut - slow motion fx - lengthen clip
on Feb 27, 2006 at 3:48:42 pm

When I do it it's all on the main sequence and it works.

I add the appropriate amount of noise and then I "nest" the original clip and noise together. This makes them both into one solid clip. Then, I add Twixtor to the nested clip. If you double-clip on the nested sequence it will open up a new sequence which has the origianl clip and the noise (basically it moves all of that to maintain the info).
With the nested clip you'll have to right-click (control-click) on it and select "open in viewer" from the pop-up if you want to edit your filters.



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