Slow down to a freeze frame

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Feb 03, 2021

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Hi Everyone, 

Im doing a trainging video, and I have some recorded footage that moves along the side of a train. (The person who filmed it didnt stop walking lol)

I need to go from normal playback speed, then slow down to freeze on a certain frame for the dialogue to play. Im hoping this will give a smooth effect, of the video slowing down more and more to the freeze frame. (I know it wont be really smooth in playback due to the frame rate, but id like to try and create this effect anyway.)

 

I hope this makes sense and thanks for the help!

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it's not particularly intuitive so I'd suggest doing some googling for some tutorials.  I don't have to do this on a regular basis so I have to figure it out when it comes up.  I have this tutorial bookmarked so it may be useful for you

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FJIPlt613yo

the trick to get amazing quality is to use "optical flow" frame blending in the speed change dialog.  It can really do voodoo but with some material it just doesn't work well.  

good luck

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