How do Add Slow Motion on Videos in CapCut?

Slow Motion is a brilliant feature of the CapCut which helps to add cinematic and visually appealing quality to your videos for social media accounts like TikTok, FaceBook, YouTube, and more to engage users. CapCut allows their users to add the slow motion feature to their entire video clip or any specific part of the video. So, follow the below steps to add slow motion to videos in seconds. Also Check Latest Trends in CapCut Templates 2023

How do Add Slow Motion on Videos in CapCut?

Install CapCut

First of all, download the CapCut from the Google Play Store or any trusted third-party website like this, after this allow unknown sources and install the application.

Allow Permissions

After installing the app on Android and iOS devices, open it and it requires some permissions like access to gallery, location, etc. Allow all these permissions to take advantage of this editing application to make the videos professional by adding slow motion.

Start New Project

Click on the “start a new project” button, choose the video clips from the device gallery and then click on the “add” button where you want to add slow motion. We can choose multiple video clips to merge them into one video to make a stunning video. 

Choose Layer

After adding the video, choose the video layer then you will see many editing options in the below section of the layer.

Choose Speed Option

Click on the “edit” button and choose the “speed” button you will see to option one is “normal” and second is “curve” both are types of slow motion.

Choose Normal

We will scale from 0.1x to 10x in CapCut. At 0.1x, our video slows down ten times, making it super slow. On the other hand, at 10x, our video speeds up ten times faster than normal.

For a slow-motion video, choose the range between 0.1x and 1x. Remember, 1x is the regular speed of the video.

Save Video

After adding the slow motion video is ready to save with an amazing look, click on the export button and choose the quality like 480, 720, 1080, 2k, and 4k.

How to Add Slow Motion to a Specific Part of Video?

When we choose any video layer and add slow motion then it applies to the whole clip. So, to add slow motion to a specific part of the video read the below steps carefully and don’t miss.

There are two methods available to add slow motion to a specific part.

  1. Split the Video
  2. Curve Speed Editing

Method 1: Split the Video Clip

  1. Choose the layer where your video is added.
  2. After this select the area where you want to add slow motion.
  3. After this, click on the “edit” button and choose “split” button.
  4. The video clip will be split and now choose this clip.
  5. Click on the “speed” option.
  6. Adjust the speed from 0.1x to 10x where you want.

Method 1: Curve Speed Editing

  1. Choose the layer where your video is added.
  2. Click on the “speed” option to add slow motion.
  3. Click on the “custom bottom” option.
  4. You will see various speed editing presets.
  5. You can choose a custom button rather than any speed editing presets.
  6. Users can increase the beat by hissing the beat button according to their needs. 
  7. Now, move the beats under the line, if you set them to 0.1x, it makes the video slow at those spots way slower than normal. 
  8. So, when you want the video to slow down, just slide the beats from 1x to 0.1x, whatever fits your video style.
  9. After applying these steps click on the export button and choose the quality including 360, 480, 720, 1080, and more to save the video in the device gallery.


What is a slow-motion video?

Slow-motion videos are when we make a video go slower than its regular speed using video editing tools in CapCut.

Which is the best slow-motion video app?

On the internet, lots of applications are available that allow the addition of slow motion, but CapCut is a free all-in-one video editor that is the best for this purpose.

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