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I have been trying to speed up a clip however every time I drag that clip into the sequence it starts from the beginning of said clip all over again I don't want to start from the beginning of the clip as the section I am speeding up starts halfway through. I have split it from the original clip and it works fine in the clip preview but refuses to work the same in sequence. I have tried changing clip speed in sequence and before sequence and either way, still does not work. Changing the percentage does not work either, simply changes where the clip will start. It only starts where I want when the speed is unchanged. I have only had this bug since the most recent update
Hello, I really need urgent help here please, is there a way to increase part of clip seed, when I selected the start and end of the portion I wanted to increase the speed and right click on it i didn't get any option to increase the speed, I only got an option to delete the selected area. Any help please..
So I created my video in 3 sequences then joined them all up on a 4th sequence with some transitions between. The final sequence (clip) I changed the clip speed to 110%. So two of the sequences are 100% speed, last sequence is 110% speed. All is OK on the preview. When rendered (I did this TWICE to prove it) the sequence that was speeded up was out of sync with the audio by a second or two - I had to reduce the sequence / clip speed back to 100% and render a THIRD time and this was OK as expected (I use multiple sequences like this all the time but this was the first time I had increased the sequence speed of the entire sequence). Speeded up clips within a sequence have always worked fine - this was an entire sequence placed on another sequence so a bit different to what I have done before. Note that Preview was fine, only the generated HD 1080p audio was out of sync. Is this a bug or did I do something wrong?
I'm looking for suggestion on a work around. I do mostly woodworking videos. Some of the projects I video have long (~15+ min) sections that I'd like to do sort of like a timelapse, condensing it down to under a minute. Currently, the maximum clip speed is 800%. To get a 15 minute video under a minute, I'd need ~ 1600% clip speed. I submitted a suggestion to increase the max clip speed about a month ago, but who knows if it'll ever be implemented. I've found a way to do what I need which is time consuming, but was hoping that someone may have a suggestion on a quicker or easier way to achieve the same result. What I've been doing is to create a new project with just the clip that I need 'condensed'. I change clip speed to 800% and export it as a new clip. I then load the new clip into my 'final' project and am able to increase it 800% again. Is there a way that this can be done without saving a whole new clip in a seperate project? Any suggestions are appreciated.