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Final Cut express help!!
ok, so i'm in this film and video class at my school and i have to do this like minuit long 'scary' movie with the subject running away from something... and my problem is my subject is slow as hell! so does anyone know how to speed up shots in final cut express so it looks like he is at least running!
so please help me!
Its winter, the birds have all flown south, all but one. One little bird that waited too long. As it flew to catch it's buddies it got icicles on its wings and fell to the ground. The bird then saw a nice looking branch at the top of a nearby tree and it said to a nearby cow, 'I want to reach that top branch but I donít have then energy to fly up, can you help?' The cow said, 'Here, eat some of my poop it'll fuel you to climb up the tree.' The little bird said, 'Thanks!' and had some of the cow poop. The bird flew up to the first branch of the tree and rested, then the next day flew to the next branch, until finally the bird reached the top branch. Then the farmer came out with a shotgun...
The moral of the story is, bullshit may get you to the top, but it wont keep you there.
Select the clip and go to Modify: Speed. Then you can either set the Duration or Speed Percentage. Frame Blending does just that - blends the frames, so experiment with whether you like it or not, I usually use it.
It might not look like the kid's running normally any more though.
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