To create the TikTok trending velocity, you need to import your dancing videos and audio that you like.
Now drop your video clip on the timeline. As you can see, the actual speed is relatively flat, and the motion is monotonous. So we need to add some new activity on it.
Take the play head three times further and again split the video clip. Then, go back to speed and change it to 0.5.
Place the play head one frame before the first beat and split the clip. Next, change the speed to 6X and split the pin.
Now go to the second beat. Split it and again change the speed to 6X. Follow the same process in the rest of the video.
TikTok Velocity Dance Tutorial| Filmora
First, download the Filmora Video Editor. Run it and click on “New Project”.
Import the video and audio you want to use for your edit.
Drag the Audio into the Timeline. Then, Drag your Video clip to Track 1 on the Timeline.
Double-click on the Video clip, go to the Speed tab, and change the Speed value to “0.50”. Click on OK.
Next, place the Playhead one frame before the first spike (beat) on the Audio clip. Here, split the Video clip. Click on the Video from the right, go to Speed and change it to “8”.
Move the Playhead three frames forward → Split the video → click on the clip from the right → go to Speed → change it back to “0.50”. Do this same process as in Steps 5 and 6 to every Audio spike (beat) you see on the audio clip.
That’s it! Render the video and you can watch the final preview. Congratulations on creating a TikTok velocity dance effect in Filmora.