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Time remapping is an interesting and popular editing technique which you can use to give your videos some polish. Time remapping is simply the process of adjusting, or remapping the speed of a clip, thereby speeding up or slowing down your footage.
This technique is very easy to perform in Adobe Premiere Pro, and in this article we’re going to show you how. If you don’t own Premiere Pro, or you’re looking to edit videos online, you may want to look into these free online video editing tools.
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Before diving in, it would be helpful to have an understanding of frame rates. Feel free to skip this section if you already know all about frame rates.
Whenever you watch a movie, it is nearly always played back at 24 frames per second (FPS). This means that for every one second of screen time, 24 frames, or mini photos, were captured. While we won’t get into the how and why 24 FPS has become the gold standard of Cinema (there are a few exceptions such as The Hobbit), it is firmly cemented as the correct way to playback footage.
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If you set your camera to record 24 FPS, you’ll be capturing a normal image. Motion won’t be really slow, and it won’t be super-fast like a time-lapse, it’ll be just right. This frame rate closely mimics what our eye sees.
Don’t forget to check out these incredible time-lapse videos if you’re not so sure on what they look like.
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If you have a camera that can shoot in high frame rates, otherwise known as slow motion, then you may be shooting at any number of frame rates above 24 FPS. This...
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