How Do You Change Your Video’s Speed?
You will discover the value of frames per second (FPS) in this video as it relates to altering the film’s pace. FPS has a crucial function to play whether the video speed is accelerated or slowed down. In general, the view of the video when the speed of the movie is altered is better the higher the FPS.
We will right-click the video and then choose the properties option to view the video’s Frame Per Second. The FPS and other general characteristics of a video are displayed in the properties section.
We are now going to begin our tutorial.
step2:We must import your footage to get things going. We can utilize a video from the standard media or import one from your storage. Using “Pixaby,” we may select some high-quality videos.
step3:Choose the video of your preference. Select “Download” from the menu. To maintain the video’s quality, click the “plus” button and then select “match to media.”
step4:Once we have our video, we can either double-click it or choose the speed option that is provided below the screen.
A window appears when we double-click the chosen video. We will navigate to the “SPEED” panel underneath this window. There are also “uniform speed” and “speed ramping” panels on this speed panel. We shall operate under the uniform speed panel to evenly alter the video’s pace. A slider is offered for us to adjust the speed of our movie.
The pace of our video automatically changes once we click “OK.”
We also have the choice to use Filmora to flip our original video over. The steps we will take to create a reverse video are as follows:
When you select the speed choice beneath the video, the reverse option is also shown under the uniform speed option and is also available as a preset. To enable the reverse speed option, all we need to do is check the box next to it and then click “OK.”
Due to a lack of rendering, the video frequently exhibits a glitch effect. By selecting the play option, which is provided underneath the screen and is surrounded by dots, we may render the movie. Once our video has been generated, it plays well.
The “RIPPLE EDIT” option is then introduced to us. With this option, two movies are automatically linked so that any adjustments to the video’s speed will work. When the first video stops, the second video begins right away thanks to the ripple effect. If you don’t choose the ripple effect, a change in the video’s pace will result in a gap between the two videos you specifically positioned next to one another.
The first step in using the ripple effect is to put two videos close to one another. After opening the speed settings window by double clicking on one of the videos, we will check the box next to “ripple effect” and click “OK.” The two videos will be connected by the ripple effect. Since the videos are now connected to one another, any fluctuation in the video’s pace won’t produce any gaps in the video.
For instance, in the image above, when we choose the preset “MONTAGE,” the video speed rises and falls in accordance with the many keyframes that we choose at various rates. When was already indicated, the pace of the video will reduce as the graph descends below one and rise over one, increasing the movie’s usual speed.
When we want to have the video move faster, we can move these keyframes upward, and when we want to make the movie move more slowly, we can move them downward. By selecting the add button at the top, as seen in the image, we can also add additional keyframes. We will generate the video after clicking the “OK” button after we are happy with our results.