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You can access and edit the individual frames of your loaded video clip through the Frames submenu in the Animation menu.

If the Filmstrip mode is selected in the Animation toolbar, you can also access that meny with right-clicking on the filmstrip.

The Frames menu lets you cut and replace or insert individual frames, or set in and out markers to define a block and edit such a block of frames.

Select

Animation>
        Frames>
            Time stretch...

Time stretching can be used to convert a video that's running at 24 frames er second to one that runs at 30 frames per second, for example.

Or simply to change the number of frames to a different value.

In this case, we have a video clip of 154 frames, and we'd like to bring it down to 120 frames. We could either have selected a block of the last 34 frames and cut it. Or we can compress all 154 frames into a new 120-frame sequence. Using the Time stretch panel, enter 120 for the new number of frames, and be sureto check the option for Frame blending for smoother transition and blending of frames.

 
That does the trick. We now have a clip of 120 frames, so it will run 4 seconds if played at 30 fps. This is the same as the first clip. Save this second modified clip in DoggFX like before. We now have two clips of equal lengths and dimensions.










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 Getting Started - DoggyFX - Time Stretching Reducing Flicker - DoggyFX:Transitions
 
DoggyFX:Spritesheets - DoggyFX:Flicker - Alpha masking & TV Snow/White Noise - more DoggyFX