Smooth slow-motion effect is one of the better video effects that CapCut video editor offers. This page is the step-by-step guide on how to make your video slow motion with CapCut app.
Perhaps you have not noticed it, but when scrolling through TikTok videos every day, the exercise of slow-motion effects are everywhere, the velocity edit TikTok trend, for instance.
Slow-motion video effect, also known as the slow-mo effect, is a technique in video editing that slows down the motions in a video, to present a dynamic scene in a more detailed manner.
The commonest practice lately is the TikTok velocity trend, which is simply the combination of different video speed-changing effects. In the following, I’ll step by step show you how to make a smooth slow-motion in videos on CapCut.
CapCut is a free, intuitive, and feature-rich video editing app that has gained immense popularity in the past few years. It’s used by the popular video social service TikTok as the default video editor. There are a lot of awesome effects that the powerful video editing app CapCut can help you achieve, and the slow-motion effect in smooth movements is one of them.
Slo-mo videos, which literally means video in slow motion, have a different meaning in regards to social media videos. Slow-mo videos on Facebook, TikTok, and YouTube generally refer to videos with particular scenes that are in slow-motion, such as dancing videos where the slow-motion effects are used to emphasize the body movement of the dancer.
And many of them come with flashy body effects. Below are the tutorials to make slow-mo videos and flashy slow-mo videos with CapCut video editor.
This tutorial is demonstrated on a mobile phone. If you intend to edit videos on PC, see our guide on how to use CapCut on PC.
Launch CapCut on your Android or iOS phone to get started. In case you have not yet installed CapCut on your mobile device, you can easily find it in the Google Play Store or Apple App Store. In CapCut, click the New Project button to the left to start a new video editing project.
Select a video from your camera roll to be added to CapCut. Press the lower-right add button to add the video.
Slowing down a video will also slow down the background music of the video, thus we need to first remove the background music of the video. Go to Volume and then
Hit the speed button from the CapCut editing screen, and then hit the normal button to adjust video speed in CapCut. Go to Normal to slow down the entire video. To slow-mo certain parts of the video in CapCut, we need to go to the Curve option.
From CapCut speed curve, drag and drop the beats to the lower side to slow down videos (from the range of 1x to 0.1x). Additionally, by adjusting the horizontal position of the beat, you get to decide which parts of the scene gets slow-mo.
From the preview window above, you can preview the output video and see if you’ve done it correctly.
When you’ve done editing, go to the upper-right side of the video editing workplace and hit the upper arrow button to export your slow-mo video.
The flashy slow-mo effects in many TikTok dancing videos have totally blown our minds, and you’ll learn how to use it for your videos in this tutorial. The flashy slo-mo effect on CapCut is the combination of slow-motion effects and video special effects.
Please note that CapCut is so versatile that it offers tons of special effects and flashy effects. Since white flash is the most seen one in trending TikTok videos, we’ll go with white flash to mimic a flashy slo-mo trend.
As you can see, it’s not as difficult as it sounds. So don’t forget to try it on your own and see if you can make a difference!
The slow-motion effect has extensive usage in video editing, and if you are a content creator, you must give it a try. As you can see from this post, it’s not that difficult anyway, so please do try editing slow-motion videos on your CapCut when you have time. Additionally, if you have any questions or further issues on how to slow-mo videos smoothly with flashy effects, leave us a message below.