As with any video project, you'll get the best results if your project settings match your video specs, of course.
That said, you can usually get good slo-mo down to about 50%. It's hard to go much slower than that.
And, yes, if you right-click on your clip and select Frame Blend, you'll also get the smoothest slo-mo.
Right that makes sense, as I was trying to take it down to 15% and it just didn't seem right, good to know that 50% is about the limit!
If I were to try and slow it down a lot more than 50% would the option "always deinterlace" be worth using?
Sometimes the option to frame blend is greyed out, why is that?
Btw thanks SteveG and Hunt, for the advice on getting a quad core PC to edit AVCHD.... it is now satisfying to edit with PrE.
Well, I suppose it depends on your video source and how closely it matches your project settings.
But generally Always Deinterlace probably won't have much effect for slo-mo.
I've no idea who Frame Blend is sometimes grayed out.
Right you are.... many thanks.