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john_dennis wrote on 5/26/2017, 11:12 AM

With the cursor on the video event on the timeline. Insert / Video Events / Event Velocity. You'll see a line in the center of the video event on the timeline that you can drag up and down to speed up or slow down the play back of that event. 

james-ollick wrote on 5/26/2017, 2:16 PM

With the cursor on the video event on the timeline. Insert / Video Events / Event Velocity. You'll see a line in the center of the video event on the timeline that you can drag up and down to speed up or slow down the play back of that event. 

Is that just flat/linear or can it ramp up? Not a the PC right now of I would try it. :-)

 

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ritsmer wrote on 5/27/2017, 4:19 AM

By double-clicking on the velocity line you can insert adjustable control points.

By right-clicking the line between 2 control points you can even make that transition linear, fast, slow etc.

rraud wrote on 5/27/2017, 8:45 AM

It's basically the same UI as the audio volume envelopes, if you are more familiar with those.

hobnob wrote on 8/6/2020, 3:47 AM

By double-clicking on the velocity line you can insert adjustable control points.

By right-clicking the line between 2 control points you can even make that transition linear, fast, slow etc.

Is it possible to do this with both video & audio at the same time? like a gradually slowing down effect?

jetdv wrote on 8/6/2020, 7:54 AM

Is it possible to do this with both video & audio at the same time? like a gradually slowing down effect?

No, The velocity envelope only works on video.