How To Speed Up A Video
You can speed up video with video editing software like VideoStudio. Follow along with our tutorial below to learn the easiest way to speed up video. Speed up your footage to add some style to your edits. Filming over a long time? Increase the speed by a few hundred percent to create your own timelapse. Or combine sped up shots with slow footage to make slick speed ramps and increase the production value of your video. Read on to find out how to speed up a video in VideoStudio Pro.
To install VideoStudio video editing software on your PC, download and run the installation file above. Continue following on-screen instructions to complete the setup process.
Select the Time Remapping Tool
Select the video clip on the timeline that you wish to speed up, right-click and select Time Remapping from the context menu.
Select a Portion of Your Clip
In the Time Remapping window, scrub through the video to figure out where you want to speed up the video. Click the Play button or drag the scrubber to the position you want, and click the Mark In button and Mark Out button to choose a segment of the clip that you want to work with. If you want to select the whole video clip, press the mark in button at the beginning of the clip, and the mark out button at the end of it. The white line indicates a marked segment of the clip. Note: The playback controls let you navigate through the original version of the clip.
Adjust the Speed of Your Video Clip
With your segment highlighted, Click the Speed button , and drag the slider to modify the speed of your video playback. Drag the slider to the right to speed up the video; drag to the left to slow down the video. If you want to gradually apply the speed change, you can mark the Ease in and Ease out check boxes. Note: When you change the speed of a clip, the audio is removed.
View and Adjust
Click the Play the time remapping result button to preview and play the result. If you want add another speed effect, mark the in and out segments and apply the effect, or to remove an effect, click the corresponding thumbnail, and click the Remove selected clips button.