Saving AVI In Slow Motion

i was just wondering how to save an avi file in slow motion, and what software i would need to do so , anyhelp is greatly appreciated reply



Get VirtualDub. http://www.virtualdub.org
Open your video file in virtualdub. Click on audio. Click no audio (this is needed, since if the video plays in slow motion, the duration of the audio won’t match). Then click video. Click direct stream copy (so the conversion is lossless). Then click video. Click frame rate. Under 'source rate adjustment' select the 'change to [blank] frames per second' bullet and type in a frame rate (smaller than the one on the line above it, obviously). Then click file, save as avi, and you’re done. reply

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It really works!!! thanks. reply

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well done, i was looking for this one too. thanks a lot mate, didn’t know virtualdub do it. reply

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Way cool! Thanks for the tip! reply

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Thanks,
For use a open source editor,
Great really help me reply

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Thnks a lot, u saved my ass...and my pay reply

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Yup it’s work, but not working as I was think:( This is only reduction speed frame ratio. Do you know some freeware soft which can made slow motion, like for example realviz retimer? This is true slowmotion!

Regs

FK reply

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Windows Movie Maker can do it, but you can’t save as AVI unless you use NTSC/PAL. reply

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Visual Drone AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
this is the best thing that I have found in my fukkin life reply

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Rookie here

I’m getting an error:
couldn’t locate decopressor for format “cvid (unknown)
VirtualDub requires a Video for windows (VFW) compatible codec to decompress video. Derctshow codecs, such as those used by Windowa media player, are not suitable.

not sure where to go from here reply

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It’s perfect to me! It works like anonymous said ! reply

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'save as .avi' is saving my 604,574kb file as a 9kb file that does nothing.
Any ideas reply

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to be specific, when i try to open the 9kb file, is windows media player says 'Windows Media Player cannot play the file. The file is either corrupt or the Player does not support the format you are trying to play.' reply

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eyw. saol reply

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Hey it worked!
Saved the day, and the job !!

cheers reply

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A year later....you need the codec specific to that video. If it’s an avi xvid should cover it reply

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Great idea! Thanks! reply

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