Learn how to apply Optical Flow and Time Remapping effects to conventionally shot footage to create better looking and smoother slow motion.

If you want to re-create the effect shown in this video, copy the Slow-Motion Assets to your Creative Cloud Assets. Click Save to Creative Cloud to copy the assets to your own account.

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 CC.

  1. Open the Speed/Duration dialog box, set Speed to 50% and select Time Interpolation > Optical Flow.
  2. For better results, click Effect Controls > Time Remapping and Add Keyframes (optional to reduce and then increase speed within the same clip).
  3. Set speed for your slow motion.
  4. Once you’re happy with the speed, click on Time Interpolation > Optical Flow for smooth slow motion.
02/08/2016

Contributors: James Strawn, Maria Corte

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