Time Remapping to 0%, to create a freeze frame.

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Jan 27, 2021

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Hallo!

I'm editing credits for a short film and I have used a photoshop file for the credit scroll and time remapping to slow the scroll to a final slate at the end, that I hope to FTB. But I cannot slow to a still or 0%. Is there a workaround for this to create the effect I need?

 

Thanks in advance!

C.S.

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Simple solution is to export a still image (camera icon program window) from the timeline and use that as a freeze frame.

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Thanks Ann. I did wonder if this was the way forward. I sometimes find moving to a freeze frame image as a seperate file can be visually obvious. But, I'll give it a go. Ta 🙂

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It looks okay, I'll see how it tracks on the export. Thanks again.

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Take a still from the last frame of the time remappig.

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