Using the Freeze Frame Feature

Using the Freeze Frame Feature

By Roger Wambolt

Whether it’s a beautiful smile, your child scoring a goal or stunning scenery, sometimes you want to add extra impact by temporarily stopping the action to focus on a single frame. This tutorial will show you how to use the new Freeze Frame feature to select the frame and set the duration to get the effect you want.

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