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The workflow explained here is for a clip shot at 23.98 Frame Rate that is used in a 23.98 timeline and we want to slow it down to ½ speed
 
Project Format in AVID is 23.976

Edit the clip into the timeline that you want to slow down
 
 
Place the timeline indicator on the clip

Go to the Project Window in AVID and choose the Effects Tab

and scroll down to the Timewarp Effect and choose Timewarp

 

Drag it on to the Clip in the Video Track

 

Put the position indicator on the track with the timewarp effect on it and choose >Tools>Motion Effect Editor

Click on the Speed Graph

You can ra

Adjust the Bar higher or lower to adjust the speed of the clip

 

Duration of the clip will not change even if you are slowing down the clip so if your shot to show a certain part you can use the trim tools

Next pick the Render Type


Choose Interpolated Field


All the way up to FluidMotion that is the best but it'll take longer to render and won't play in real time till you render it.

 

Then Render it

The workflow explained here is for a clip shot at 59.94 Frame Rate that is used in a 23.98 timeline and we want to slow it down to ½ speed

Project Format in AVID is 23.976

The Clips to be slowed down are 59.94 frame rate

Edit the clip into the timeline that you want to slow down


Place the timeline indicator on the clip

Then choose
Go to Tools>Motion Effect Editor

Click on Promote

You must pick the source and the output type.

We have an Interlaced source and Output type is Progressive

Change the speed to 100
50% or less?





Slow it down to what you want.


Duration of the clip will not change even if you are slowing down the clip so if your shot to show a certain part you can use the trim tools

Next pick the Render Type


Choose Interpolated Field


All the way up to FluidMotion that is the best but it'll take longer to render and won't play in real time till you render it.

Then Render it