There are actually two ways to access the Time Stretch tool.
1) Click on the clock icon in the timeline and then drag one end of the clip on your timeline to shrink or stretch it;
2) Right-click on a clip and select Time Stretch, then set the speed numerically.
I show you in pretty good detail how to use these tools in my books. If you're looking for some great basic instruction for the program, they're a great place to start!
It sounds like you tried to click on the clock icon and then drag in or out on one of your clip on the timeline. I've never know this not to work.
Can you describe in more detail what you're doing and what's not happening?
What happens if you use the right-click method?
Thank you Steve.I now have been able to work the slow motion!
Is that "Muvipix" instruction manuel in book form ,or is it a CD? I would do much better with something in book form because I can be looking it it, while trying each step.
I'd be inclined to buy it if it's in the form of a book, but not a CD.
It's a book, Diana. Follow the link above and you can see a sample chapter.
I saw a sample table of contents, but not a chapter. OK since it's a book I'll strongly consider it. Thank you.
You can see the sample chapter by clicking on the "Sample Chapter" links after each book's descriptions.
I've also got samples and tutorials based on the books on the left of this web page.