Applying twixtor in Premiere Pro CC without nesting sequence?
by Dylan Mann on Jan 30, 2016 at 5:04:14 am
I have a bunch of clips that require the slow-mo treatment in Premiere Pro CC 2015. I watched some of the tutorials online and it says that I need to put the particular clip into a new sequence, duplicate it a few times before I can apply Twixtor on it.
This workflow is very tedious when I have, say 50 x 2s clips that I'd like to apply slow-mo.
If I apply Twixtor directly without doing the above, it simply slows down a random part of the clip (say at the 25th frame of the 2s clip, instead of the entire 2s clip).