Enhance visual storytelling with slow motion effect

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The slow motion effect refers to the technique of playing back a video at a slower speed than its original frame rate. This means that each frame is displayed for a longer duration. It's most commonly used in post-production as an editing technique to enhance visual storytelling and create a more dramatic or engaging effect. Slow motion can make mundane actions look extraordinary and draw the audience's attention to specific details that may have been overlooked in real-time. It is often used in action movies, sports highlights, commercials, music videos, and documentaries to add a sense of intensity or suspense. By slowing down emotions, reactions, or expressions, you can create a deeper emotional connection with the audience. Slow motion can help convey complex feelings more effectively and leave a lasting impression. In educational or instructional videos, slow motion can be used to analyze and explain intricate processes or movements that would otherwise be difficult to follow in real-time. Slow motion allows you to manipulate time within the video, giving viewers a unique perspective on events and allowing them to experience the moment in a new way.

Slow Motion tool can be used to slow down a part of your video:
Click More tools on the left sidebar, select the option labeled Slow motion under Video.

Choose the clip within your project that requires the adjustment. Adjust the slow motion speed by moving the slider.

To preserve the original audio while altering the video speed, use the "Original tone" checkbox.

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Enhance visual storytelling with slow motion effect
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