I just finished watching this nice little YouTube tutorial that gives one a bit more control on speeding up or slowing down PARTS of video (as opposed to just slowing down the whole thing) using time remapping, markers (splitting markers), etc. All really quite handy and gives more control. Caveat is that I can't figure out how to make it apply the slow-down/speed-up to the audio as well. If I don't use markers and time remapping and just do the right-click and select speed/duration that will apply it to the whole video... and audio. But that is not what I want.
I have a Subclip in my Timeline Monitor. It comes with Video Track and Audio Track:
When I speed up a SEGMENT of my video using "add/remove keyframe" in "Time Remapping>Speed" Effect Controls, it changes the duration of the video but not audio. So I end up with this:
I need to change video speed three times.
From the very beginning the speed is 400%.
In the middle the speed decreases to 200% for some seconds.
After that speed decreases to 100% till the end of the video.
And I want the audio changes its speed along with the video. I speed up/speed down video, so the audio do the same. The best example of how an audio should fit with a video is to run a video in MPC-HC (Media Player Classic) and speed it up or down by
Ctrl + arrow-up/
Ctrl + arrow-down. I want to achieve the same effect in Adobe PP CC.
Is there a way that I can use time remapping on video and have the audio remapped in sync with the video? Or is there some other way to do it? Any pointers would be appreciated.