Pinnacle Studio 21 Ultimate | Time Remapping – Speed Tutorial

The Pinnacle Studio 21 Ultimate time remapping speed tutorial. This time remapping speed tutorial for Pinnacle Studio 21 will show you how to create slow motion and fast motion video and change the speed of your videos using Pinnacle Studio 21 Ultimate. This complete tutorial from PinnacleStudioPro provides step by step instructions on how to ramp up or ramp down speed using keyframes / key frames and the time remapping tool. To access the time remapping feature select a clip on the timeline, then go to Editor & Time Remapping. You can choose between Anchor Frame and Stretch. When you select anchor frame when the clip is trimmed on the timeline, the speed will be adjusted so that whatever you choose as the anchor frame remains at the same position on the timeline. If stretch is selected when the clip is trimmed on the timeline, the speed will be adjusted so that the first frame and the last frame are always at the start and end of the clip.

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Title: Hip Hop Lullaby
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Album: StackTraxx V38 Urban Stacks
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Pixelyoutube Grannyhaakkanaal says:

Thank you very much have a nice event.

Kathy Roberts says:

Wow I have never thought to try this and you even touched on one of my non favourite subjects too.. mathematics. You make this look easy, thank you Maliek.

Clarify says:

You have no idea how much I appreciate your content 🙂 I’m learning how to make good videos and I always check your tutorials. 🙂 I know that with your help I will improve my skills.

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Colin Parry says:

Hi Maliek. Just a quick say the timeline is set to 24fps and the video you have is 60fps. What you haven’t said is how you make your video 60fps ??? Is this done in/on the camera ??? If so, roughly how would I go about this ??? Many thanks. Colin

Birute00 says:

Thank you Maliek

Marvin Barnes says:

Great video Maliek. I use the Timeline remapping to speed up portions of our ATV ride videos where we have a few units and they are covering a flat ride area. Removes some of the boring parts yet leaves in the riders and their units.

PinnacleStudioPro says:

What types of videos do you use the Time Remapping feature for? Reply to this comment and join the discussion in the Facebook Pinnacle Studio Users group.

North Shore Apparently says:

Maliek; thank you. I have been using speed adjustments for years and never sure why at times the result looked weird. Now I know, I needed to remap time and set it within those parameters. Thank you.

Sakman says:

Thanks Maliek…..

William Stange says:

Nice job as always.
Question 🙂 where can I get a Pinnacle shirt?

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