Learn how to apply Optical Flow and Time Remapping effects to conventionally shot footage to create better looking and smoother slow motion in Adobe Premiere Pro.
How to make slow-motion effects
Create better-looking, smoother slow-motion effects by using Optical Flow and Time Remapping effects in Adobe Premiere Pro.
- Open the Speed/Duration dialog box, set Speed to 50% and select Time Interpolation > Optical Flow.
- For better results, click Effect Controls > Time Remapping and Add Keyframes (optional to reduce and then increase speed within the same clip).
- Set speed for your slow motion.
- Once you’re happy with the speed, click on Time Interpolation > Optical Flow for smooth slow motion.