Intelligently slow down or speed up your image sequences with visually stunning results.
Twixtor in Action
RE:Vision Effects’ Twixtor used to retime up to 160x slower than real time.
Dance Company: Amy Seiwert’s Imagery
Director of Photography: Ben Estabrook
Gaffer: Heath Orchard
Costumes: Christine Darch
Camera: Shot on Red Epic at 120fps.
Beautiful viral video by Oton Bacar 7D slow motion test footage of his friend doing bmx tricks.
Lens used: Canon EFS 18-135 mm
Frame rate: 60fps Resolution: 720p
Music: “Fly Away”
Composed by: Niklas Aman, STIM
Published by: Freeplaymusic, BMI
"Twixtor represents a new touchstone in retiming. The difference in accuracy means that retiming artifacts are either drastically reduced or disappear on the hardest to retime footage. "
"amazing" and "a must-have for any toolkit."
"I've tried other solutions - including Pixel Motion and Timewarp in After Effects 7 - and I have to say that Twixtor still consistently gives me the smoothest speed-shifted footage with the least amount of sweat, hands-down."
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"I highly recommend this plugin to those seeking absolute superiority in time frame manipulation."
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"it's the best plug-in method for creating speed changes, slow-motion effects, and frame-rate conversions."
"If you regularly find yourself stretching or shrinking footage to fit a target duration, or creating extreme speed control special effects, this is a plugin that you'll find invaluable."
World class motion estimation
Twixtor is more accurate and exhibits fewer artifacts when there are objects crossing in the scene. This means less tearing and stretching of objects as they cross or go out of the frame.
Retime using a single speed setting. Option to control retiming on frame-by-frame basis is always available!
Visually stunning results
In order to achieve unparalleled image quality we developed proprietary tracking technology that calculates motion for each individual pixel, enabling Twixtor to synthesize unique new frames by warping and interpolating frames of the original sequence.