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August 19, 2005 at 9:00 PM #36660AnonymousInactive
Quick question. I’m sure if I did the research, I could find this, but…
Can one manipulate speed and duration of a vid clip in the Adobe products in a similar manner to the manipulation of opacity and, or, audio levels.
I just want to see a keyframed line and not the stupid multiple cuts to simulated time slowing.
I need it for a shot we have of a van blowing up which the drector wants to “grind to a halt”.
I’m too tired to think right now.
AE 6.5 pro
and if necessary…(i’m not great at it) combustion 4.
oh yeah, and microsoft movie maker. yippee.
August 21, 2005 at 12:33 AM #162954
August 24, 2005 at 2:07 AM #162955AnonymousInactive
Yeah, well… I asked about its possibility in Adobe, ’cause that’s all I’ve got, and I don’t have the money for anything more at this time.
sorry, that was a bit harsh sounding.
I think I figured it out, sortof in After effects. There’s probably an official way though, so i’ll keep looking. I got a guy on the Creative COW website who said he’d write a tutorial for my question.
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