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Controlling the Speed at Which the World Moves

Life happens in real time. Wouldn't it be great if you could change how you view events? Premiere gives you the ability to control the speed at which video clips play back. Altering a clip's rate is generally called a motion effect. This means that changing a clip's speed adjusts how fast or slow the selected clip plays back. Therefore, a clip set at 50% speed takes twice as long to play back as it would at normal speed (from the same in point to the same out point). To create a motion effect, do the following:

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In the timeline, select the clip whose playback rate you want to change.

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Select Clip > Speed.

3.
In the Clip Speed window, enter a new percentage for the rate of playback, as shown in Figure 6.17.

Figure 6.17. Use the Clip Speed window to alter a clip's playback rate.



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