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Twixtor FxPlug for Speed Changes in Final Cut Pro

twixtor_icon.pngTwixtor FxPlug is a great little tool you can use to speed up or slow down your image sequences in Final Cut Pro.  Twixtor works intelligently to change the frame rate of a clip by interpolation and warping of frames from the original sequence.

Some features of Twixtor include:
  • Calculation of motion vectors at each pixel
  • Warping and interpolation of frames to "time warp" input footage'
  • Smart processing of interlaced material 
  • Stretching of a sequence using a single scaling parameter
  • Keyframable retiming for complete control on a frame by frame basis
  • Frame rate conversions made easy
  • Tracking is more accurate
  • Option to automatically enhance dark imagery or images with poorly defined edges.
  • Option to remove motion blur upon slowing footage
You can download a demo version of Twixtor from RE:Vision Effects website.  Installing Twixtor is super easy, and the installer automatically places the plug-in in the correct folder.  Then, just apply it as you would any other filter and adjust the parameters.
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