Topaz Video Enhance “Slow Mo” vs Final Cut Pro “Optical Flow”

Topaz Video Enhance “Slow Mo” vs Final Cut Pro “Optical Flow”

Topaz Video Enhance can create smooth slow-motion, slowed down by up to 2000%.

To give a comparison, I will slow down a clip with Optical Flow in Final Cut Pro to compare, using the Chronos model in Topaz Video Enhance with an 800% reduction in speed.

From a practical point of view, slowing down video clips stretches the space between the real frames of video.

Something needs to fill those gaps.

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