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iPhone 4S Twixtor Final Cut Pro X

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Published on May 7, 2012

Testing Twixtor and Final Cut Pro X. An iPhone 4S was used and SloPro app to capture clips at 60fps.

tips: The first thing you're going to need is Final Cut Pro X and the Twixtor plugin. The Twixtor plugin can be purchased from RevisionFX. You will then need to record clips in at least 60fps. Anything lower than 60fps will cause too much warping. I was able to capture clips in 60fps using the SloPro app from the iTunes Appstore. You will need an iPhone 4S for the 60FPS to be available in the app. Good lighting is also a must. Keep the scene stable. Use a tripod or prop the iPhone on something stable. This will keep Twixtor from getting confused on calculating movement. Try to use the Twixtor effect on the peak of the movement. For example, when slowing down someone jumping, it's best to apply Twixtor slow motion at the highest point of the jump with the least movement. Keep your subjects limbs from moving too much. Otherwise, warping will be noticeable. As far as the settings in Final Cut Pro X and Twixtor, you just have to play around since no two scenes are exactly the same. There is no one setting for all scenes. Make adjustments until you've reached your desired results.

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