Rewind Effect in Premiere

A cool feature that I have seen used before by video editors, is  the rewinding of a video clip(showing the clip from end to beginning). In order to implement this feature, here are the steps that need to be followed.

First , add the clip to the file sequence panel. Here is an example of a few clips added to the sequence panel.




Next, right click the particular clip that you would like to show in reverse. Now select the option that is title speed/duration. After click that option, you will be presented with an option window that will looks like this:


Check the box that is labeled “Reverse Speed”

Another thing to note here, is that there is the option to increase or decrease speed at which this reverse clip is presented. This is after the label “Speed” followed by a percentage value. By adjusting this value, you are able to either speed up (Speed>100%) or slow down(Speed<100%) the playback rate.


~ by fdyska on April 22, 2013.

One Response to “Rewind Effect in Premiere”

  1. Thanks for posting this! Actually I seen that option to reverse speed and I never really thought about what it meant. I just might use this when I edit videos in the future.

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