WHAT??? You expect Twixtor to flawlessly slow down footage so that it is 100 TIMES SLOWER than the original?
Twixtor's good, but NO software is that good. You need a camera capable of shooting slow-motion.
Agree with Dave. You expect the program to turn a single frame into 100 and still see motion instead of 4 seconds of the same frame? That's just plain ridiculous! You really have completely wrong expectations or a severe lack of understanding here...
First, Twixtor is not easy or intuitive, you have to follow the tutorials. Second slowing down footage to 1% is not going to work very well at all. If you can get it to work you'll need to apply some real fancy vector analysis using all of Twixtor's advanced features. Here again, you have to go through all of the advanced training materials and not rely on an amateur youtube tutorial made by a novice. Twitter is very heady stuff. For example, I never apply Twixtor to Footage, I apply it to a footage sized solid and then pick the footage as the source. That's how you should get started unless you want to do a very simple speed change.