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    using the ac160 if i recorded in ph720-30p how do i get smooth slow motion on time line in pp 5.5?


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    I don't see how you can if you recorded at 30 frames per second. If you recorded at 60p and your timeline is 30 fps, then you should just be able to adjust the speed from one of the right-click menus.


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    Slow motion begins at over 30p (or 24p and 25p), you just set the frame rate higher than the mode you're recording at, and it will record slow motion on normal timeline. Hope that's what you mean.
    Last edited by FourTwenty; 04-22-2012 at 05:47 PM.


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    If you recorded at 60p and your timeline is 30 fps, then you should just be able to adjust the speed from one of the right-click menus
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    i recorded at 30p & put 30p on 30 timeline (30fps) .

    is there any other way i can slow down the footage without it looking choppy?


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    As far as I know, only by using a plugin to AE like Twixtor: http://www.revisionfx.com/products/twixtor/

    But I understand even that's not perfect.


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    You could also try turning on Frame Blending:
    http://help.adobe.com/en_US/premiere...E43824E2C.html


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    thanks guys i`ll try both


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