You can still apply slow and fast motion effects in Premiere Elements 13 using
Same as before.
Please review the Adobe document on features removed from Premiere Elements 13
Are you referring to "Timelapse capture (stop motion)" and not applying fast or slow motion effects to video?
Please let us know if you have questions or need clarification on the above.
I am somewhat confused about remove of "Timelapse capture (Stop motion)". I am not so sure what this means. Because the German page of adobe says "remove of fast motion" ("Zeitraffer" in German). What I use often is ->Clip->expand time (i.e. Ctrl-R). Is that feature removed in Elements 13? I use now Elements 11.
Thanks for the reply.
Great information. If you have been using Ctrl+R, that is the keyboard shortcut that brings up the Time Stretch dialog.
Time Stretch (use of the Ctrl+R) has not been removed from Premiere Elements 13 Expert workspace.
Like Premiere Elements 11, Time Stretch is found in the Expert workspace and not in the Quick workspace.
When you use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+R, I get Time Stretch dialog from where I can create the slow or fast motion effect in the selected clip.
The following relates to Premiere Elements Timelapse Capture (Stop Motion) which has been removed from
Premiere Elements 13 as a specific feature that you see in Premiere Elements 11 and 12.
Please let me know if you are OK with the above information.