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    In Premiere Pro 1.5: How can an completly edited sequence of stills & music - i have zero video footage in my sequence - of 4mins be re-rendered to output (DVD, .avi, etc...) at a variable speed eg. half the speed. so that all video keyframes stay in relation to the stretched (slowed) audio. Do i use the "Shuttle" control slider to do that?

    From a newbie....Thanks.....

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    Since your not using any film clips, then all you have to do when you have draged the still/picture to the timeline, is select the 'selection tool' (or press button V) then you can drag the stills/pictures by their edge and extend or shorten them as you see fit to make fit the musik.

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    Hi Washburn,

    Correct me if i'm wrong, it sounds what you're describing is the beginning of the editing process, thus as your instructions, that will lengthen the duration of a clip.

    However, I already have 30-40 still clips on a 4 min timeline w/ 1 music track/song. All viewing frames, motion effects (rotation, scale, position, anchors), keyframes for motion effects, have been set in place, sycronized to the track's tempo/melody & exactly as i want them.

    What I need to do though, is to slow/stretch the entire/complete (& completed) sequence so that all keyframes will stretched to the same porportions as the stretched music track. ie. I have a 4min sequence w/ music & still clips that i want to play for 6mins instead but so that the music plays slower, and all keyframes happen still at the same beat/pulse within the music.

    Razor

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    Export the whole timeline (audio and 'video' (well, stills)) as a DV-AVI. Then import this clip back into premiere. Put new clip into a timeline and change the speed as desired.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uwrazor
    Hi Washburn,

    What I need to do though, is to slow/stretch the entire/complete (& completed) sequence so that all keyframes will stretched to the same porportions as the stretched music track. ie. I have a 4min sequence w/ music & still clips that i want to play for 6mins instead but so that the music plays slower, and all keyframes happen still at the same beat/pulse within the music.

    Razor
    Ahh okey now I think I know what you mean, sadly I dont have any experience with Premier 6.5, but in Premier Pro, you would create a new sequence, then drag the sequence with all the stills and music over into the new one, then right click on that sequence and choose "speed/Duration" there you can enter the length you want it or at wich speed you want. PPro also has a "Rate Stretch tool" to manipulate the sequence directly.

    So see if P6.5 should have one of these functions.

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