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

    The key to good slow motion?

    Brushman1000 Level 1

      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.

       

      Thanks.