Video editing question
Are there any editing programs (preferably freeware but willing to pay a small price) that can slow down a recording, to like maybe half speed? The searches I've done so far have come back with editors that will speed up the playback.
Any help will be appreciated.
edit to add: the video is a flash video (from YouTube), and I'd really rather not have to convert it to AVI or some other format first.
Last edited by IndianaRecRider; 09-16-12 at 03:57 PM.
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will the latest movie maker not work?
I use it to do my videos and it has slo mo.
- select .5, .25 or .125
I'm really not familiar with "flash video" so not sure this will help. MY files are wm and mp4
Last edited by Mr. Beanz; 09-16-12 at 04:10 PM.
No, unfortunately movie maker doesn't support the .flv format. It works with my GoPro videos, but not anything I download from YT.
Originally Posted by Mr. Beanz
http://www.videolan.org/vlc/index.html will let you convert the .flv into a more editor-friendly format so you can open it in MovieMaker. Also give VirtuaDub a shot.