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I'm not sure if this will help, but the current version is 3.2.0
If you do update, do so in number order
make sure click on the clip you want to apply effect. if you right click on that clip and select time remap-speed, then there should be a solid line down the length of the clip click and drag up or down to change speed. right click on line to create keyframe.
Heather, do you want to freeze the frame and then speed up or just freeze the frame until the next clip?
"there should be a solid line down the length of the clip click and drag up or down to change speed. right click on line to create keyframe"
Is the solid line you are referring to the grey horizontal line going down the clip? I was able to set what keyframes in a section of this area, turning it a darker grey color, but when I preview the file, the selected section does not freeze. I went to the Effects Controls panel>Time Remapping and the speed is set at 100%, but I do not see an option for changing it. The Velocity is set at 100.00/second and there are two adjustable fields next to it in blue; both are set at 0.0 and will not go lower.
My goal is to freeze a lady on screen and put up her title while she is frozen, then begin playing the clip. I do not want to eliminate any of the audio content.
Thanks for the suggestion to upgrade my Premiere; I will pursue this with my IT staff. If I can find a way to accomplish the freeze in 3.0.0 in the mantime, that would be great.
Try updating to 3.2 first.
Are you able to see the rubber band if you choose the other options eg. Opacity?
Here's another way: Right-click the clip, select Frame Hold from the flyout menu and tell it to hold on the first frame in the resulting dialog box.
If you want to freeze on a frame in the middle of a clip, razor it exactly where you want the freeze to occur, then do the same as above to the new second half of the clip.
If I select Opacity, I still do not see the rubber band in the timeline.
The Frame Hold function does work, but it freezes the length of the clip and I only want to freeze the first few seconds before allowing the clip to roll. I could copy the beginning of the same video into the timeline and freeze hold it, then use the full clip to play the audio.
Still waiting on the upgrade to 3.2 in hopes this will resolve the Freeze Frame problems.
Use the razor tool to split your clip in two, use frame hold on the first part.
Why wait for the upgrade to 3.2. You can just download the update, no waiting.
The rubber band only appears when you have 500gb of harddrive space, and you need a minimum of 10 harddrives, which means you need 10 50gb harddrives. Oh, and you need to have windows running on a mac, not a pc.
How about setting your CTI on the frame that you wish to "hold." Export>Frame to "capture" that exact frame? Razor your Clip at that point, and insert your still frame. Extend it for the needed Duration. Place your Title on the Video Track above it, and for the matching Duration. When the Duration of your still frame + Title has completed, the rest of your Clip will play.