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control the fps in timeline - amit2special - 07-05-2008 03:17 PM

How can I speed the frame rate or slow it down when the movie is playing? For example, I would like to slow the frame rate from the default of 20 fps to 15 fps from frame #80 to frame #150. Then frame rate should speed back up to 20 fps after frame #151, (fps = frames per second).


RE: control the fps in timeline - Bond007 - 07-07-2008 10:53 AM

Hi,

While adjusting the movie speed from Movie properties,this will effect the entire movie speed.So you can adjust the speed by adjusting layer length; ie, if you want to decrease the speed from a particular frame, increase the layer length.


RE: control the fps in timeline - amit2special - 07-07-2008 04:57 PM

Bond007 Wrote:Hi,

While adjusting the movie speed from Movie properties,this will effect the entire movie speed.So you can adjust the speed by adjusting layer length; ie, if you want to decrease the speed from a particular frame, increase the layer length.

how to increase length of layer do u mean by increasing no. of frames.


RE: control the fps in timeline - Bond007 - 07-09-2008 10:02 AM

Yes, increase the number of frames, eg your animation starting from 10th frame to 20th frames with 24fps.Add 10 or more extra frames between these animation. Click and drag last keyframe(20th) to 30 th frame or select one frame and press f5 to add extra frames////animatoin will be slow,entire animation speed should be same...


RE: control the fps in timeline - dilexmellen - 12-30-2010 05:55 AM

During the span of the film properties of the film, this effect is speed.Click entire movie, and move the last keyframe (20) on Frame 30 to select a picture and press F5 to add more images /animatoin be slow, you can adjust the speed by adjusting the length layer, increasing the length of the layer.