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Creating Slow Motion in Adobe Character Animator

Explorer ,
Aug 11, 2022 Aug 11, 2022

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What is the most effective way to create slow motion in Adobe Character Animator. (i.e. you want to show a close-up of a character slowly reacting to something)

 

Can you do that within ACA? Can you create multiple framed versions of sequences that you can slow down outside of ACA? Something else?

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Aug 11, 2022 Aug 11, 2022

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One possibility is to export the video to Adobe Premiere and slowing it down there: Learn how to slow down video footage | Adobe Premiere Pro tutorials

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Another way is to change the FPS of the scene after recording it inside CH. Makes it nice and smooth if you used keyframes. Only works at the scene level I think (click on scene in projects panel, then look at properties panel for the frame rate setting).

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