|Twixtor Overview||This screencast gives an overview of how to use Twixtor within After Effects, including how to apply Twixtor, how to speed up and slow down using Twixtor, and special considerations needed.||Play screencast|
|Speed Ramping with Twixtor||This Tutorial covers the basics on how to do a simple Speed Ramp effect using Twixtor in After Effects.||Play screencast||Lip Synching with Twixtor||
This tutorial covers the basic concept of timewarping a video track to a different audio track using Twixtor. As example, we lip-synch an outdoor shoot to a studio recording.A special thank you goes out to Christopher Hawley ( www.ChristopherHawley.net) for letting us shoot footage of you singing/playing "Dance all Day" for this tutorial.
|Play screencast||Marking Edit Points with Twixtor||
This Tutorial shows how to mark segments in an edit in order to avoid warping across edits when speeding up or slowing down the overall edit.A special thank you goes out to MarkEFXS for letting us use this footage.
|Play screencast||Frame Rate Conversions with Twixtor||
This Tutorial demonstrates how to do a frame rate conversion from 30fps to 24 fps. This tutorial specifically using footage from the Canon 5D Mark II but this method can be applied to any frame rate conversion using Twixtor.Footage provided by Banditos Brothers
|Play screencast||Frame Edge Problems and Twixtor||
This Tutorial explains when it is appropriate to use Smart Blend and shows Twixtor and Twixtor Pro with Smart Blend and compares a panning shot slowed down 10x with and without Smart Blend. A special thank you goes out to MarkEFXS for letting us use this footage.
|Play screencast||What to do when Twixtor produces unwanted warping|
This Tutorial explains how to use Motion Sensitivity to avoid unwanted warping in your re-timed shot.
|TwixtorBasics||Tutorials for After Effects (as well as a few other host applications). These tutorials explain the basics of Twixtor and why you'd want to use motion estimation in order to time "warp" your clips. Also explained are concepts that will help you figure out how to set up Twixtor and which settings to tweak in order to get the best results. Included in the basics tutorials are sample projects, sample clips and explanations tailored for each for each of the four applications.||219 MB .zip|
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|Twixtor 5 sample projects for:
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|Twixtor 4.5 sample projects for:
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|Twixtor 4||8.9 MB .sit||11.3 MB .zip|
|Twixtor 3||4.0 MB .sit||4.2 MB .zip|