Faking Slow Motion: Timewarp, Twixtor and Clip Speed

In an ideal scenario, all your slow motion shots would be pre-planned, and you could shoot at proper frame rates to get great looking, frame accurate, slow motion. But what if you want to slow down regular old 24 or 30p footage, or you want to slow down 60 or 120p footage beyond the frames you have? Using the right post production tools with the right footage can give you stunning results.

Shooting Techniques for Perfect Slow Motion (Plus Members Only)

Rotoscope With Rotobrush (Adobe TV)

Advanced Rotobrush Tips

Timewarp Controls

Twixtor for After Effects

Twixtor for Premiere Pro

Using Shutter Speed to Control Motion Blur (Plus Members Only)

Greg Olson
Greg is a Media Production Specialist for Chico State University.