Mastering the Premiere Pro Speed/Duration Command

Here’s a quick tip on the useful Speed/Duration command in Premiere Pro.  Learn how to change a clip’s speed, direction, timing, and more.

This is a sample of the content in my free upcoming webinar. Register for free here.

Controlling Time in Adobe Premiere Pro CC and After Effects CC

Thursday, August 29th, 2013 |10:00 AM Pacific Time

10:00 AM Pacific Time

Presented by:Rich Harrington 

Not only does Creative Cloud help you save time, it also lets you controltime! Craft dramatic visual sequences using the various motion effects and time-lapse tools in Adobe Creative Cloud. This session will cover technical and artistic workflows, so that you can:

  •  Change the speed of clips
  • Convert frame rates
  • Remap time for variable speed motion effects
  • Assemble time-lapse sequences
  • Use different frame blending methods

Register for free here.

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