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Ingo FeukerSlow Motion in Premiere Pro or After Effects?
by on May 16, 2015 at 9:22:29 am

Dear community,

I have one question: In order to slow down Clips to about 40%, is it ok to use Premiere or should I do it in After Effects. Is the frame interpolation function way better in AE?

Thanks for Your help..

Cheers!
Ingo


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Daniel WaldronRe: Slow Motion in Premiere Pro or After Effects?
by on May 19, 2015 at 3:38:31 pm

In my experience, After Effects is far better. I haven't done it in Premiere in a while, but from what I know, it just duplicates and blends frames. AE can actually perform some interpolation. If you want it to look really slick, look into the Twixtor plugin.


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James StrawnRe: Slow Motion in Premiere Pro or After Effects?
by on May 19, 2015 at 5:14:41 pm

In PrPro, if you use clip speed/duration (available as a clip property in the sequence), it repeats and removes frames in set pattern as needed. If you use time remapping (available as a fixed effect int eh Effects Control Panel), it lets you use keyframes for variable speed changes.

Either way, you should have frame blend turned on so that it will interpolate and plane frames for bed results.
Choose Clip > Video Options > Frame Blend.

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