4 Replies Latest reply on Jul 31, 2011 8:00 AM by Brushman1000

    The key to good slow motion?


      I'm new to this, so go easy... but I'm wondering what is the thing that makes the difference between good and bad slow mo, I was reading where someone had used frame blend and deinterlance, (I probably sound like I know what I'm talking about btw... ) But what are the most important steps to making it look good? and do you have to do anything differently if you slow it down a lot? I'm keen that it doesn't look jerky and is as crisp an image as possible.