- iMovie Complete Tutorial
- 1. iMovie Basic Editing Tips +
- • Watermark Videos in iMovie
- • Add Mosaic/Censor Effect in iMovie
- • Add Text with iMovie
- • Add transitions to video in iMovie
- • Crop and Rotate Photos/Videos in iMovie
- • Join Clips in iMovie (updated 2019)
- • Add Subtitles in iMovie 11/10/9/8
- • Use iMovie to Edit Videos and Make a Movie
- 2. iMovie Advanced Editing Tips +
- • Stabilize Shaky videos in iMovie [Mac & iOS]?
- • Speed Up and Slow Down Video in iMovie
- • Resize Video in iMovie
- • Color Correction in iMovie
- • Speed Up and Slow Down Video Clips in iMovie
- • Record and Add a Voiceover in iMovie
- • Use PIP Effect in iMovie
- • Add Background Music to iMovie Project and Videos
- • Fade Music and Audio in iMovie
- 3. iMovie Creative Editing Tips +
- • Make a Movie Trailer with iMovie
- • Create the Glitch Effect in iMovie?
- • Top 5 iMovie Plugins
- • Cool Effects for iMovie
- • Top iMovie Tips
- • Blur Faces in iMovie
- • Zoom in on iMovie
- • Make Stop Motion Videos in iMovie
- • Make Split Screen (Side by Side) Videos in iMovie
- • Reverse Video in iMovie
- • Make a Cool YouTube Video Intro in iMovie
- • iMovie Themes
- • Add Video Effects in iMovie
- • Use Green Screen in iMovie
- 4. iMovie Alternatives +
- • Free Online iMovie Alternatives
- • iMovie for Windows 10
- • iMovie Alternatives for Win & Mac
- • 7 iMovie Alternatives for Android
- • iMovie for iPad
- • iMovie for iPhone
- • iMovie Alternatives for Mac
- • Best iMovie for Windows
- • iMoive Equivalent
- 5. iMovie Troubleshooting +
How to Speed Up and Slow Down Video in iMovie
Speeding up a video can help analyze any action that originally takes a long time to play in a fast track. Slowing down a very fast action can also minutely analyze any action that in its original speed is just too fast for the human eye to follow in detail. However, to edit the speed on your videos, you need professional video editor software like iMovie.
How to speed up and slow down video using iMovie alternative - Filmora
iMovie while extremely effective can also be a little challenging for beginners. The interface does seem intimidating for users trying the editing project for the first time. An optional choice can be Wondershare’s Filmora, which has much more user-friendly interface.
- Open the interface and click on the file option and then Import Media to bring the file you want to edit on to the main interface.
- Double click on the video clip to activate the panel for editing the video. Find the Speed option and you can edit the numbers in the speed panel to indicate how fast or slow you want to play the video clip. You can watch the video on the preview panel to judge the right speed effect for your video.
- Once you are satisfied with the effect, you can click on Export to save the video clip with the changed speed parameters in a new file format. This can be uploaded to YouTube or you can burn the file on to a new DVD.
How to speed up and slow down in iMovie
- Start by going to the file options and clicking on New Event under it. You can label the speed for the event.
- Click on the option to Import Media and select the movie file that you want to edit.
- Scrub the Playhead to the part of the video where you want to put in the slit for the clip. Right click on this position and choose the Split Clip option to separate the whole timeline in two separate parts.
- You can split the clip in the same fashion at all the areas where you want to put in the speed up and slow down effect.
- Now choose a split clip and click on the icon for Seed located just above the main viewer. Set the speed to fast or slow from the pull down menu, according to your preference.
- Click on the presets for speed to experiment with the look of the clip through different speed options.
If the steps above are not the one for your iMovie version, you can check the updated information about how to speed up and slow down video footage in iMovie here .
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