I've just started using the Twixtor Plug-In for Premier Pro. This supposedly creates new frames in between existing frames to create a much smoother slow motion effect.
Thing is I've followed the set-up instructions to a T, can see the results, and they look no better than the results gained with the Premier "speed/duration" tool with frame blending turned on. Does this mean that Premier Pro is already equipped to create new frames for a smoother slo-mo effect?
Please help. I'm relatively new at this, and you could save me a lot of time and money on different programs with your knowledge.