Fact: Shootouts are 300% cooler and more badass when in slo-mo.
Fact: Things explode bigger and brighter when they are done so in slo-mo.
Fact: These facts are completely made up.
But putting things in slow-motion is pretty darn cool. Which might explain why YouTube has implemented a new slow-motion enhancement tool to its built-in editor on Tuesday, so that you don’t have to be John Woo to produce something awesomely slow (CGI doves not included in the editor).
YouTube’s built-in video editor currently features a variety of different effects that users can apply when editing their videos. The newest slo-mo effect was developed in-house at YouTube, using frame analysis to blend intermediate frames together. This gives the illusion that the original video was shot with a high-speed camera.
So will you be using this anytime soon? What would you shoot in slo-mo? Tell us in the comments below!