Hi Adobe Community,
I have a video that I want to run at 100% speed, then ease into a freezeframe, and after a little while, ease out again.
When I try to obtain this effect as of now, the curves of my video will at some points exceed 100% speed. (Seems as if the length of the video does not get stretched, even though I have slow-motion and a freeze-frame, forcing after effects to compensate by going above 100%)
How would I go about achieving this effect?
When answering, keep in mind that this question is coming from an inexperienced user
I am running Adobe After Effects CC 2015
Thank you in advance !
I attached a picture showing the wanted curves:
No magic. You just need to work up a general understanding of how AE's animation curves work, for which there's plenty of tutorials out there. Please find one and watch it. Aside from that, time-rampping/ Timewarp generally is easier to handle when splitting the layers in segments instead of trying to do it all at once. That way you avoid quality issues and the re-timing of the animation becomes more predictable.