There are two ways.
1) Right-click on a clip on your timeline and select Time Stretch -- then set the speed you'd like your clip to play at.
2) Select a clip on your timeline and, from the Tools menu on the Action Bar along the bottom of the program, select Time Remapping. In Time Remapping you can select specific segments in your clip and apply fast or slow motion playback to them.
How much are you trying to speed up your video? And are you trying to speed up a video clip or to play a series as snapshots as an animation?
Thanks for your reply. I am trying to take about 400 photos (jpeg) taken 5 seconds apart and turn them into a 30 fps video.
Premiere Elements 14 on what computer operating system?
Are you doing Time Lapse from photos taken at different time intervals or are you really trying to speed up an existing video?
Please let us know if the following Time Lapse Basics how to will help or whether you are beyond that in what you already know.
If you have been there and done that, then is the problem in 14 finding Time Stretch. Please see Expert workspace...slight detour there...right click the content, then select Clip from the pop up menu then Time Stretch. Or, select the content, Ctrl+R to bring up the Time Stretch dialog.
Any questions or need clarification on my contribution, please do not hesitate to ask.
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Before you add the photos to your video project, go to the program's Preferences (under the Edit menu on a PC) and, no the General page, set the Still Image Duration to 1 frame. Then import your photos and, in the order you'd like them to appear, add them to your timeline.
The preference (which only affects photos you've added AFTER you set the preference) will set each photo's duration to one frame -- or 30 photos per second.
Thanks Steve, that did it.