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Title: PASSION | RAW superslowmotion with Twixtor
Post by: Melvin Jose on September 20, 2016, 11:33:23 AM
Shot at 60fps. Slowed down 10-30% with Twixtor
All shots are handheld. It's loads of work with nesting of already nested clips and at 1/4 Premiere still has trouble with playback but in the end I'm kinda happy with the results.

Lens: Canon 20mm 2.8, Canon 50mm 1.4
Resolution: 1824 x 466 upscaled to 1920 x 816

MLRAWviewer to DNG
Colorgrade in Davinci Resolve
Edit in Premiere Pro

Title: Re: PASSION | RAW superslowmotion with Twixtor
Post by: Simonwb on September 20, 2016, 01:22:54 PM
Very accomplished, thanks for sharing.
Title: Re: PASSION | RAW superslowmotion with Twixtor
Post by: calebdescognets on September 26, 2016, 10:47:39 PM
The footage looks like you shot it natively in 96 or 120fps! I can barely see any frame blending or other artifacts that would indicate it was shot at 60fps and then slowed down further.  Beautiful job 8)
Title: Re: PASSION | RAW superslowmotion with Twixtor
Post by: cmccullum on September 27, 2016, 12:19:19 AM
Very nice! Please tell me how you did the transition at 26-27sec! I've been trying to figure that crap out for months
Title: Re: PASSION | RAW superslowmotion with Twixtor
Post by: KenshirouX on September 28, 2016, 08:05:05 AM
I too also want to know how you did that, the slowdown. I hardly saw any warping at all which is the usual case when slowing down videos even with a plugin such as twixtor. Good job. Please tell us how.
Title: Re: PASSION | RAW superslowmotion with Twixtor
Post by: Melvin Jose on September 28, 2016, 09:58:28 PM
Very nice! Please tell me how you did the transition at 26-27sec! I've been trying to figure that crap out for months

I guess you are talking about the zoom transition? I can recommend you xAlternateTutorials on YouTube. He has some amazing tutorials on transitions. Most of them are about After Effects but he has like 2 about Premiere Pro. I really wanted to be able to do it without switching to after effects. So I did some research and found a way to get the results I was looking for trough his tutorials´╗┐ and lots of experimenting.
These transitions are very popular on Vine with Anime viners.

I too also want to know how you did that, the slowdown. I hardly saw any warping at all which is the usual case when slowing down videos even with a plugin such as twixtor. Good job. Please tell us how.

One of the major tricks is to get it right in-camera. Lot's of video's you see that are slowed down with Twixtor are of people or objects that are moving very fast. I like to capture slow moving or still subjects. The part that realy sells it is the camera movement. I like to move a few steps forward or backwards or do a handheld slide.
First thing I do to the footage is stabilize them with Warp. After that I add Twixtor. I don't know if this is true but I feel like the extra bitrate of the RAW footage helps get better looking results.
Title: Re: PASSION | RAW superslowmotion with Twixtor
Post by: cmccullum on October 04, 2016, 07:37:14 AM
Thanks!
Title: Re: PASSION | RAW superslowmotion with Twixtor
Post by: julienpierb on October 04, 2016, 08:31:40 PM
That's striking!
The colors, the movement, the voice-over are so amazing!
I dream to, one day, achieve this level of mastery!