Editing a Canon 70D footage with Flow Speed Control
Learn how to transfer videos straight from your professional camera to Flow Speed Control.
We have some great footage from the Celebration Of Light in Vancouver, it is a fireworks competition and we used a Canon 70D to film some scenes in 60 frames per second.
That means we can...
How to edit and transfer time lapses from your GoPro directly to Flow Speed Control
This video shows how you can record a time-lapse video with your GoPro and transfer it directly to Flow Speed Control using WiFi.
We filmed this session in a remote area of British Columbia in Canada. Enjoy and share your videos using #flowspeedcontrol
We prepared a video to demonstrate how you can import videos from your computer using iTunes.
Connect directly to your GoPro to edit your videos even before saving to your device.
Create the final version of your video to save in your device and publish it to the world.
How to use your project with multiple video pieces to repeat a scene to play it backwards.
Choose the speed rate multiplier to increase or decrease the intensity of the speed change effect.
Slow down or speed up your videos by just dragging the speed control points.
Learn how to create a Flow project with one or multiple videos.