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There are few ways to do this in Time Remapping; I would suggest adding key frames in the clip where you wish to slow it down. Here's the procedure:
* Select clip
* Right Click on clip, go to the bottom of the dialogue box and select Reveal - Time Remapping (I am doing this from memory so it may not be EXACTLY right but will put you in the right direction)
* Select your pen tool and add keyframes progressively as to how you want to slow it down
* Take your pen cursor to the RIGHT of the keyframe, press SHIFT and slowly drag down you cursor - you will see the rate slow down in a hint box above your cursor.
* Repeat for all keyframes depending on you rate of speed reduction. I suggest 100% for first keyframe, 90% for next, 75% and so on....your results will vary but Ihave gotten very good results without having to use an external plugin such as TWIXTOR - but it does provide superior results. I used to render slo mo and add clips that Twixtor produced into my projects, but if I do not need slo mo that is absolutely frame accurate, I use Time Remapping instead because it saves me a step in the editing process.
Let me know if this was of any help.
That's a big help as I'm sure I could use that for video clips in the future. But actually I was hoping to affect the audio. Doing this method does not seem to affect the audio of the clip, even if they are linked... and there does not seem to be time remapping available for audio clips.
I think I'll have to export an audio clip, edit it in an audio program and re-import.
Use adobe audition or cakewalk sonar for this. Speed/Pitch will be the tool you will use....set quality on high for best results.