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Adobe Premiere Speed Ramp

Learn how to create a speed ramp effect within Adobe Premiere.

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It's easy to create a slow motion effect within Adobe Premiere.

To do this, I'll start by editing a clip to an empty sequence.

Park the playhead indicator at the location you would like the clip to slow down.

Then press the C key which will activate the razor tool.

Then click the mouse button to cut the clip segment into two pieces.

Then find a point where you would like your clip to speed up.

Again, click the mouse button to cut the clip segment.

So now, you should have three pieces.

Right click within the middle clip segment and choose speed/duration from the contextual menu.

The clip speed duration dialogue box will appear.

Type in a speed percentage for the clip, in this case I'll use 50%.

Then, make sure you check maintain audio pitch, and ripple edit, shifting trailing clips.

Then press the okay button.

Okay, check it out, back up play the sequence.

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