Today we’ll do a quick overview of how to change the speed of your footage and get the best results. We’ll start in Premiere and then using Dynamic Link, we’ll jump over to After Effects to look at our options there.
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Great work man :) thnkx
Just when I needed advices about Time Remaping! Thank you Sir!
Happy to be of assistance, glad you found it useful :)
Good tutorial , but what about the audio?
If you mean slowing down and speeding up the audio…
In Premiere you would alter the sound manually, or send the sound to Adobe Audition for “Retiming”, both require a bit of know-how. The good news is… if you Time-remap directly in AE it remaps the audio automagically. Sweet!
I never hit that problem during my production as video sound was removed. Hope this helps some of you out though :)
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