Today’s tutorial is NLE specific for Adobe Premiere Pro CS6, but can definitely be helpful to any editor as the basics are the same.
We are going to cover many ways to approach time remapping from the quick and easy, to the nice and precise. Check it out.
Some notes from the tutorial. follow these steps.
- Footage was shot in 1080p / 60fps and placed in a 29.97 sequence.
- “X” is the keyboard short cut for the ‘rate stretch tool’.
- To keyframe time remapping, locate the ‘effects control’ panel and click on the arrow next to speed. (note: you can also set keyframes on the timeline if you have keyframes active by selecting ‘time-remapping / speed’ from the dropdown menu on that clip).
Previous Video Editing Tips:
- How to Write to an Audio Track – tips on how to write to an audio track to control the volume throughout the sequence.
- Save Hours with a Simple Keyboard Shortcut – A Keyboard shortcut tip to increase speed.
- Organizing Your Footage – Tips to save time, and improve your edit.
- Action Jackson – How to cut on Action.
- Taking Advantage of Formats – How to use 1080p footage in a 720 comp to double your footage.
- Premiere Pro – Save Time on Titles – a specific method to save time while laying in titles.