Adobe Premiere Pro is currently one of the most widely used video editing software. Adjusting the speed of editing is one of the most useful features of Premiere Pro. Suppose your cousin asks you to slow down a video about them performing crazy dance moves at the wedding. We will show you three simple ways to slow down and speed up the video on Premiere Pro.
How to import videos and create sequences in Adobe Premiere Pro
For starters, ideally you should shoot videos at a higher frame rate. It can be about 50fps, 60fps or even higher. A higher frame rate can achieve a smoother slow motion effect, and the final result looks better. Now let’s take a look at how to import clips into Premiere Pro.
- Launch Adobe Premiere Pro, and then select the video preferences of the sequence as needed 2. Now, import your video into the project.To do this, go to file > import Or you can use keyboard shortcuts.On Windows, you need to enter Ctrl I On Mac, Command one.Premiere Pro also allows you to drag and drop videos into the project, which is a very neat feature.
- Now, drag all necessary video clips onto the timeline. This will create a sequence that you can now rename.
Now that your clip has been imported, let’s start adjusting the video speed.
Adjust the speed/duration to slow down or speed up the video
Select all clips On the timeline, then right click On the video> select Speed/Duration. Now, in the pop-up box, enter the speed at which you want the clip to run. Setting it to 50% to 75% usually provides better output. However, you can try using speed to see the most effective method. In order to recall the speed/duration setting more effectively, you can use the following shortcut buttons: Ctrl R Windows and Mac users use CMDR. Use these shortcuts to speed up the process. This is the point, right?
Use the “rate stretch” tool to reduce the speed of the video and reduce its speed
The rate stretch tool is one of the simplest tools in Adobe Premiere Pro. The method of use is as follows.
hit [R[R The button on the keyboard enables the “ratio stretch tool”.Another way to call up Rate Stretch Tool is Tap and hold This Ripple editing tool In the toolbar, then select Rate stretch tool. right now, Click and drag The clip is outward from the end. The more you stretch, the slower the video.Similarly, if you Click and drag Moving the video clip inward can speed up the playback of the material.
Adding keyframes to a video clip will provide it with more room to try out the editing to get a completely correct output. However, it is a bit complicated.
To add keyframes to the video, right click in Foreign exchange Mark> Select in the upper left corner of any clip Time remapping >click speed You will now see a label above the clip. Pull down to slow down the video playback speed, if you want to speed up the video playback speed, push the tab up.If you want to add a keyframe, press and hold Ctrl Button on Windows or command On a Mac, your cursor should display a Sign. Now you can add keyframes to certain parts of the clip. This will create a speed ramp effect.
These are the three most effective ways to slow down or speed up video playback in Adobe Premiere Pro. Using these tips, you will be able to edit videos quickly and get the perfect slow motion or acceleration effect you need.
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