Create Fast And Slow Motion Videos With InShot
Speeding up or slowing down a video is a great effect to add to your video project.
Speeding up or "hyper-lapse" is often using for un-boxings, DIY tutorials, and to show a process being completed. It's also just a convenient way to get a longer video to fit into a shorter amount of time without the hassle of trimming and cutting.
Slow motion video can add a dramatic feel to a video clip. It's great for adding contrast in your video's tempo and also as an ending fade away shot.
Discover how to produce both of these effects in this SPMS course.
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Tabitha Carro spent 13 years as a classroom school teacher by day and a #Couchhustler curriculum designer by night. She now obsesses with learning the smartest ways to create designs, videos, and product photos from her iPhone to market her businesses. She created the Smartphone Marketing School which is a community of supportive and creative entrepreneurs who learn from each other about the latest in smartphone visual marketing techniques. She finds her best work is done on the couch with her Yorkie-Poo by her side. All photos, graphics, and videos at her website and social media accounts are smartphone-made (except for a few photos taken by her husband - her visual marketing ninja mentor).