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  • barry@bwvideofilms
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    Thanks that's just what I needed.

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  • editpoint
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    Barry
    Create a new sequence, do your montage in the sequence, all at normal speed and then add the new sequence to your main sequence and put the slomo filter on it.

    Another way is to set in and out markers on the area, right click and render and add to timeline and apply the slomo to the file that is produced

    Another way is to buy a contour shuttle pro and assign a button to perform Alt E,2,5,enter. (for 25%) You then just select each clip and push the button.

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  • barry@bwvideofilms
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    SR - thanks for the response but I really can't understand your suggestion. What have sequences to do with it and what is "Instant slow motion", is it a filter I have missed? Only way I know is Alt+U then change duration which only works one clip at a time even if many are highlighted.

    Maybe I'm a bit thick so can you please explain it in more detail.

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  • SRsupport
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    Sequence in out and put it in the time line or in a new seqeunce and aplly slowmow. Instant slow motion to all the footage.

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  • barry@bwvideofilms
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    Slow Motion on multiple clips

    My slow motion montages have lots of clips and I can't seem to find away to apply it in one go. If I highlight all and go to Clip> Duration it only acts on the first clip. Around 50 speed changes one a a time is laborious. Any ideas welcome please.
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