So I have a project that has literally over 200 shots, one after the other at about 66% speed (slower by 34%), which I have done by right-clicking and changing the "speed/duration".
I'm using CS5 and so my Premiere did not have the Timewarp effect, else I would have used that. As an alternative I use Twixtor, which for my purposes is used exactly the same way as I would use Timewarp. Anyway, I want instead to change from using the "speed/duration" to change my clips speed, to use the Twixtor to slow it down (by the same amount).
However, this would mean I would have to individually go to Every clip, and change "speed/duration" to 100% and then pull it to the desired length (since changing the speed back to normal shortens the clip), and then apply Twixtor to 66%. I have 200 clips, and there's no way I'm doing this for all of them. I know some of you might say I should have used Twixtor from the beginning but I dind't even know about it, and that's besides the point.
Is there anyway, given what I have already done, to make this process easier? Thank you so much for your time. Windows 7, 64 bit, CS5.
Probably the easiest way to "reset" everything would be to take the first Clip, and change the Speed/Duration setting to 100%, and then Rt-click and choose Copy. Now, Select all of the other Clips, and then Rt-click, choosing Paste Attributes to set them to 100%.
Add the Twixtor Effect and adjust to your desired setting. Repeat the above to Copy/Paste Attributes to the others.
Maybe someone else will have a more elegant, and simpler method.