With Motion effects, you control the frame rate at which a clip plays, resulting in fast, slow, or jerky motion. When creating Motion effects, the more noticeable the motion is in a clip, the more careful you should be when you choose a frame rate or render method. For example, if someone is running quickly through the frame, not all frame rates and render methods will create acceptable results.
As with freeze frames, Motion effects are generated from clips in the Source monitor, rather than clips already edited into a sequence.
This time, rather than choosing a source clip from a bin, let’s generate a Motion effect from a clip already in the sequence.
To create a Motion effect with a clip already edited into the sequence: ...