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Super Slow Motion with Optical Flow for Windows

With Filmora's new upgrade, users can add slow motion to their videos and optimize them. Moreover, the AI algorithms involved in this feature ensure a smooth optical flow and maintain video quality. To make creative and trendy slo-mo with Filmora, keep reading the sections below:

Create a Super Slow-Motion with Optical Flow

With this new AI feature, users do not need assistance from an expert, as the AI can handle everything. Here is a step-by-step guide to using Wondershare Filmora for creating slow-motion videos:

Method 1: Using the Settings Panel

Step 1: Log in to Filmora and Create a New Project

After successfully downloading the software on your device, move toward the bar at the top, select the "Profile" icon, and log in. Once logged in, click the "New Project" button from the main menu.

tap on the new project button
Tap on the new project button
Step 2: Import Clip and Drop it to Timeline

After reaching the main interface of Filmora, press the "Ctrl + I" key on your keyboard and import media from your PC's "File Explorer". Once the media files are in the import section, drag and drop them to the timeline with the help of your cursor.

import media to timeline
Import media to timeline
Step 3: Activate the Optical Flow

Select the video you just dropped into the timeline and navigate to the right settings panel. Then, select the "Speed" tab and choose "Uniform Speed" further. Expand the "AI Frame Interpolation" and select "Optical Flow" from the given options.

enable optical flow from settings panel
Enable optical flow from settings panel
Step 4: Render Preview or Export for Results

To see the final results, go to the timeline toolbar and select "Render Preview". In addition, you can also export your video to see the outcome.

click export to see final results
Click export to see final results

Method 2: Using the Timeline Options Menu

After bringing media to the timeline, navigate your cursor toward the clip in the timeline track and right-click on it. From the options panel, choose "Uniform Speed". Further, follow the same steps mentioned above.

right click on the timeline
Right click on the timeline

Method 3: From the Top Toolbar

Select your clip that is in the timeline track and navigate towards the top toolbar. From there, select "Tool", and expand the "Speed" option from the dropdown menu. Furthermore, choose "Uniform Speed" from the given options. Afterward, follow the same process to move further.

press tool tab from top toolbar
Press tool tab from top toolbar