proDAD ReSpeedr V1: The Ultimate Super Slow-motion & Time-lapse Video Producer Create stunning time-lapse and super slow-motion sequences. Professional grade results without the professional price tag.
ReSpeedr converts your original camera recordings into stunning slow-motion-scenes. And just as easy you can turn your footage into fascinating time-lapse videos. You determine the degree of speeding your scenes up or slowing them down. Then ReSpeedr exports the desired scenes as video files in best quality.
Professional high-speed-cameras are not only expensive and lack flexibility. Due to the fast shutter speed they also require huge amounts of light. Although some camcorders as well as smartphones do offer some limited high speed mode, this may not be activated during a “regular” recording. And most of those recordings are restricted to capturing just a few seconds only.
ReSpeedr does not restrict you in any way and allows you to change the speed of any shot of your original recordings to your heart’s content. Whether you like to speed up a longer recording as timelapse video or slow a short moment down to an ultra slow-motion sequence.
Instead of only 120 frames per second slow motion sequences with 1000 fps or even more are possible! Instead of only slowing down your recordings you can set keyframes to dynamically vary the speed from timelapse to slow-motion.
With the power of the highly efficient motion detection engine and the advantage of dynamic frame-blending technology you will achieve perfect results with a beautiful flow of motion. ReSpeedr works on action scenes as well as on nature and is also ideally suited to show and analyze technical processes.
ReSpeedr is an ideal companion product for proDAD’s other specialized tools like DeFishr and Mercalli to further enhance, dewarp, stabilize and optimize videos.
Anyone who edits action cam videos on the PC wants to emphasize the features. Frequently, you will find scenes during video editing or cutting that would be even more spectacular if presented at a different playback speed. Every amateur film maker has certainly already had this experience.