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Saturday, 1 March 2014

Time Remapping in Adobe Premiere Pro

Time Remapping in Adobe Premiere Pro is much easier than any other software available. Here I'm showing you, how to remap a video sequence according to time in Adobe Premiere Pro CC, the latest version.  You can do this with the version available in your system.


Before starting, I hope you've basic knowledge on what does this 'Time Remapping' actually mean! If not, I'll explain it for you, a bit. Time Remapping can otherwise said to be 'creating fast/slow motion'. The process we are doing is making the movement of frames faster or slower by changing the timing. That's why it is usually called Time Remapping.

Step 1
OK. Let's start by opening a new Adobe Premiere Pro project and creating new sequence.

New Project window
Step 2
Import the footage in which you want to remap time.
 
Footage arranged window
Step 3
Expand the width of the sequence to see better.

Expand the width
Step 4
Now, Right Click on the sequence and choose Show Clip KeyframesTime RemappingSpeed.
 
Choose Show Clip KeyframesTime Remapping → Speed
You'll able to see a yellow line horizontally passing through the middle of the sequence.

Time Remapping window
Step 5
Choose the part of the sequence in which you want to remap the time. Hold the Ctrl Key (you'll be able to see a '+' sign one the pointer) and click on both sides of the yellow line (on Mark In and Mark Out).  

A part of the sequence is selected
Step 5A
Now, if you move the pointer upwards as shown in the picture, fast motion will be created for the selected part.

Creating fast motion for selected portion of the sequence
Step 5B
 And if you move the pointed downwards as shown below, slow motion will be created.

Creating slow motion
That's all. When you're finished, save project and render the video in your desired output.

If you've any doubt regarding this tutorial, don't hesitate to post it below and I'll reach you as soon as possible.