A short tutorial on how to get high-frame-rate video clips to play back at the frame rate they were shot to create very clean slow-motion effects.
It takes planing during the shoot, but conforming is a better way to create slow-motion effects. Here’s how it works.
This article grew out of a reader question about how to create special effects in Final Cut.
Dramatically slow motion is easy to create in Motion – if you know where to look. This article details all the steps you need to take to make your fastest shots move in balletic slow-motion.
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