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Speed V4.0

Change the speed of a clip with one easy-to-use slider

General Info


With Speed you can speed up and slow down a clip. You can even let a clip run backwards or stand still. Use this plugin if you want to have a certain speed of a clip at a specific position of the timeline.

Speed works with a single field rendering system to ensure absolute smooth and perfect animations.


The advantage of the Video-generator version of Speed is the chance to stretch the clip in the timeline as you need it. For example: If you want to slow down a clip to half of it's original speed, the Video-filter version only lets you see the first half of the clip, because you can't stretch the clip in the timeline to twice the length. A Video-generator is more versatile and lets you change the length of it to twice the length. This enables you to see the full clip with half the speed.


Note: In order to see the final rendered result, you have to render the clip. A preview is not possible, because Final Cut plugins don't have full access to all created keyframes in the timeline and therefore Speed is not able to calculate the final result for the preview-mode.

Configuration

Source-Clip Settings


Source type
Select "Interlaced Video" if you use PAL- or NTSC-footage. Select "Progressive Video" for all any other footage.


Clip
You must provide TimeControl with a clip. Drag and drop the clip you want to modify onto this image-well.


Offset Clip
If you don't want to use the clip from the beginning, you can define an offset here. Do not keyframe this parameter!


Aspect Ratio
Use Sequence resolution
Choose this option if your footage uses the same resolution as your Sequence.


4:3, 3:2, 5:4, 16:9, 40:27
Choose one of these options if you know the aspect ratio of the applied footage.


Use manual vertical resolution
Adjust the aspect ratio if none of the above settings fits and use the below control for the adjustment.


Manual vertical resolution
This option is only active if Aspect Ratio is set to Use manual vertical resolution. Adjust the aspect ratio of your footage with this slider.


Speed
This is the most important slider of this plugin. Use this slider to speed up or slow down a clip. If you set this slider to 0 the clip will freeze. In order to change the speed you have to create keyframes.


Example: If you want to see a clip running 5 seconds at normal speed, then 5 seconds at twice the speed and then 5 seconds with normal speed again (and so on), you simply have to create keyframes for this slider every 5 seconds that change this value of the slider to 1 and 2.


Add Offset
This adds a specified amount of frames to the result. You can keyframe this setting in the timeline if you don't end up with an integer-value after a speed-change.


Frameblending ?
If you like, you can turn off the frameblending function with this feature.



Speed V4.0 - Video-filter

Change the speed of a clip with one easy-to-use slider

General Info


With Speed you can speed up and slow down a clip. You can even let a clip run backwards or stand still. Use this plugin if you want to have a certain speed of a clip at a specific position of the timeline.

Speed works with a single field rendering system to ensure absolute smooth and perfect animations.


Note: In order to see the final rendered result, you have to render the clip. A preview is not possible, because Final Cut plugins don't have full access to all created keyframes in the timeline and therefore Speed is not able to calculate the final result for the preview-mode.

Configuration

The Settings


Source type
Select "Interlaced Video" if you use PAL- or NTSC-footage. Select "Progressive Video" for all any other footage.

Speed
Use this slider to speed up or slow down a clip. If you set this slider to 0 the clip will freeze. In order to change the speed you have to create keyframes.


Example: If you want to see a clip running 5 seconds at normal speed, then 5 seconds at twice the speed and then 5 seconds with normal speed again (and so on), you simply have to create keyframes for this slider every 5 seconds that change this value of the slider to 1 and 2.


Add Offset
This adds a specified amount of frames to the result. You can keyframe this setting in the timeline if you don't end up with an integer-value after a speed-change.


Frameblending ?
If you like, you can turn off the frameblending function with this feature.

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