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2017-06-20 22:39:34 ( ID:y/wqiqwptyj )
is it possible to freeze frames for a period amount of time inside a single clip?
I have an audio-recording, which is a longer then the original video-clip. So i would like to freeze (stretch) certain parts inside the video-clip until the audio arrives at the specific marker and then continue with the regular video.
Thank you and best regards.
2017-06-21 16:06:18 ( ID:nrp09m2aqdn )
Is the audio a separate file from the video? If not, you'll have to demux them into separate files.
I would then use the timeline mode and put the audio on one layer and the video on another.
Then, you can use the clip editor to create a separate clip of the frame(s) you want to stretch.
Back in the timeline, you can then lengthen that clip to the appropriate time.
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2017-06-21 20:54:43 ( ID:y/wqiqwptyj )
Yes tkrave, the audio is separate from the video.
Thank you for your suggestion. I already tried that, but the effort for creating the exact frame is way to much when i have to do this around 50 times per video.
An easy way would be to just cut the video where you want to have the still-image and the stretch the cut clip to the right for the desired period of time. Unfortunately TMPGEnc continues with the original video-footage when doing that.
2017-06-22 12:41:04 ( ID:t7rw5rdz3jm )
If it is a single frame, turn the frame into an image and import that image as a clip. Then you can extend it to any length and it will still be the same image.
2017-06-23 22:31:46 ( ID:kuz9.f2vrcw )
Thank you tkrave for your ongoing writing. Do you have a hint how i can turn the last frame of a cutted clip into a single image?
2017-06-24 13:37:40 ( ID:t7rw5rdz3jm )
In the clip editor, navigate to your final frame and then you press CTRL+F or right-click on the image and choose to save it as an image.
2017-06-24 15:23:09 ( ID:kuz9.f2vrcw )
tkrave you are awesome. This is exactly what i was searching for!
Now i can fill up the missing gap with a continuous picture.
Thank you very much for your help.