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Based on the link given in this answer on stackoverflow I will try to explain how to encode a video in an iPhone friendly format. The steps below are carried out on a Mac, but the windows version of Handbrake should be similar. Open Handbrake. Go to File -> Open Source and browse to your video. Choose MP4 File as container. Input the settings shown ...
You can do it by adding transitions between the speed changed clips as described in the documentation section titled Add Transitions Between Speed Segments. They say: When two adjacent speed segments are set to play at different speeds, you can control how smoothly the video switches between the playback speeds. When there’s no transition between the ...
If you have Premiere, why not simply use Adobe Media Encoder? I believe it should handle your needs. There will always be some quality loss though as you will have to change codecs and the compression is going to differ. You can use high quality formats to minimize the loss, but there is going to be loss.
At this time the iPhone 5 does NOT have that feature. The only thing you can do is download an application such as Qik or other recording in the appstore which they have a feature such pause or zoom.
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