I'm using Twixtor Pro on Premiere Pro CS6,
and I've done some slow-motion on 60p converted to 23.976p footage,
like this : 100% > 1% > 1% > 100%
The first part of the footage (100% speed) doesn't have any warping (which is normal),
but the last part (also at 100%) has some warping !
I've tried Right-Clicking on the footage and activating/de-activating 'Frame Blend',
but no changes...
Could be two things:
1) You watch our tutorial? http://help.revisionfx.com/album/20/#/tutorial-148
- Hard to say if you set up Premiere Interpret Footage properly...
If you hit the support form on our website it will send back an email for ftp upload if you want us to look at your project in more details.
2)You might have better luck using frame mode, setting a key at first and last frame of the first and last frame value. And then going in the middle and creating two more keys of frames near each other.