Frame Sequence Modification

Screen action may be sped up or slowed down in order to: convert old 16 frames-per-second silent films to standard 24 frames-per-second sound speed; change speed of action and length of certain scenes or sections of scenes; provide spot-frame modification to give realism to specific action in fights, falls, chases, etc.; hold a specific frame for freeze effects and for title backgrounds; add footage for comedy effects; reverse direction of printing to lengthen action and for special-effects use; extend scenes through multiple-frame printing for action analysis in instrumentation, training and educational films.

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