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Dear all

I just downloaded latest premiere pro trial version

I want to use "pixel motion blur" effect for my timelapse sequences.

But why i can not found it in effect>time>xxxx

There are only 2 effect inside time effect, meanwhile i saw in youtube that "time" effect has many sub-effect.

Why is this happen? Please advise

Thank you

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Your tutorial clearly shows Pixel Motion Blur in an After Effects project and not Premiere.

pixel motion blur.png

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There is no pixel motion blur effect

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Dear all

I just downloaded latest premiere pro trial version

I want to use "pixel motion blur" effect for my timelapse sequences.

But why i can not found it in effect>time>xxxx

There are only 2 effect inside time effect, meanwhile i saw in youtube that "time" effect has many sub-effect.

Why is this happen? Please advise

Thank you

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Correct answer by Ann Bens | Adobe Community Professional

Your tutorial clearly shows Pixel Motion Blur in an After Effects project and not Premiere.

pixel motion blur.png

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I think this may be an After Effects effect and not a Premiere one.

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sorry but im sure its premiere pro

im AE user too

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Use the context menu on the clip (right-click on Windows) > Time Interpolation > Frame Blending or Optical flow

If this is not what you're looking for, your best bet in in After Effects. Timelapses are far easier to create/adjust in AE anyway.

Hope this helps.

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thanks  but im not looking for optical flow or frame blending. im absolutely sure about premiere pro , because im looking at someone premiere pro tutorial about it. i just wondering why my premiere dont have it

here is capture screen from the tutotial i sawScreen-Shot-2016-10-06-at-10.04.29-AM.png

meanwhile mine only have "echo" and "posterize time" inside time effect

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Could you point to the tutorizl video itself? The CC Force Motion blur and CC Wide looks like they are AE plugins.

Wanna make sure that in the video, the user is using the vanilla version of Premiere.

Cheers,

Seb

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That is a screenshot from Ae.

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here is the video

starting 7:48 he talks about pixel motion blur

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please check my previous youtube link

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Your tutorial clearly shows Pixel Motion Blur in an After Effects project and not Premiere.

pixel motion blur.png

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That is an AFX project

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WELL youre right!!

im so sorry, i dont see the video in detail since he jumping from Pr to Ae and vise versa

im trully sorry guys, my bad

actually i cant found "pixel motion blur" in Ae Cs6, but i have update it and found the effect in Ae CC

thank you guys for all your responses

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Glad we could help.

Happy After effecting

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Although I get an error message on MAC with Premiere Pro CC 2019, I do have Pixel Motion Blur in the Time dropdown. Screen Shot 2018-10-19 at 10.44.09 AM.png

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I am late maybe, but you can achieve similiar effect with echo if you set echo time to 1 divided by amount of your keyframes(you can customise it to wathever works best for you) , and dont forget to set echo operator to screen.

Hope I helped.

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Why doesn't premiere have pixel motion blur? That would be helpful.

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