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Sony Vegas Pro Tutorial — Slow Motion/Fast Motion Effects
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Sony Vegas Pro: Slow/Fast Motion Tutorial
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This is part 4 of my beginner’s series for Sony Vegas Pro 11. In this Sony Vegas Pro 11 tutorial, I’m going to be showing you guys two methods of applying fast or slow motion to your footage. These two methods are very simple to use for a quick slow/fast motion in your video. This effect can be applied to any footage. But in order to get the smoothest slow-motion, you would normally want to record the footage you are editing at a high frame rate. All videos are a sequence of images, and in this case, we are going to be taking those frames and \»spreading them out\», which is the overall basic process for creating slow-motion. With that being said, it’s common sense that the more frames you record, the smoother looking the footage will be. \r \r Want more tutorials on using Sony Vegas Pro 11 for beginners? Then post your suggestions in the comments down below.