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In simple terms you split the video at the frame you want the objects to join up at, then also make a still image of the object at that frame (Layer 1 = video end of sequence, Layer 2 = still image Layer 3 = video beginning of sequence). If the camera is moving you will have to track the still object to match Layer 3. So the still image gets closer to the ...


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If I understood correctly and you want to export each frame as a separate video, this would actually be quite easy. Simply key your footage using after effects or any compositing program and export the footage as an image sequence. If you want to change the codec or container of the files, you can use ffmpeg to convert each file (for example .png) into a ...


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I think you're looking for how to create Speed Ramping-type effects? Maybe something like this?


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As this is the video production forum, one answer would be Blender. If you do not know it is a free but awesome 3D modeling program, editor, compositor. There are several options, visualizing the general beat or volume, or trying to make something more complex. Take one dive into a search: https://www.google.com/search?client=firefox-b-d&q=blender+...


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