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Is anyone using Twixtor anymore?

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The latest versions of Premiere come with "Optical Flow" built in, which is basically the same as Twixtor (create new intermediate frames through interpolation) but with better results. I've used it to convert 4K 60p to 100p in a promo and the result was good enough for broadcast. Twixtor is still useful as a re-sync tool, which was its main intended use, allowing you to slightly alter the playback speed multiple times throughout a clip with a few keyframes. It's just that the "create-super-slo-mo-from-nothing" use became the most popular in spite of the artifacts and seldom satisfactory results...

I still see the use of an Optical Flow/Twixtor tool even though we can shoot high framerates with cheap cameras, just not as often.

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