Final Cut Pro X: How to improve slow motion in your projects [9to5Mac]

Final Cut Pro X features several handy slow motion features that users should be aware of. Watch as we break down how to shoot effective slow motion videos in Final Cut Pro X, and how to improve slow motion in post. Get Final Cut Pro X:

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13 Comments on Final Cut Pro X: How to improve slow motion in your projects [9to5Mac]

  1. Is this video a little quiet to anyone else? I find I often have to turn up 9to5Mac videos. (I know, I’m complaining about a minor detail)

  2. You are good at making tutorials, Jeff! Know it takes preparation and time to make this. Keep up the good work!

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