In Final Cut Pro there are two options.
1. Duration
2. Speed

1.The time duration of the clip can be set to specific timecode 
numbers...(this one i'm not to positive on actual specifics)
2. The speed of the clip whether it be audio/video together or separate can 
be slowed down or speed up forwards/backwards. This is done by percentage. 
Ex.I want to make this clip faster. The option is to type in 150% in the 
100% box.  Maybe you want the clip to run super slower, then it's 25% in the 
100% box.

I understand you are looking for specific time lapse at your fingertips. 
"duration" option may be a lead. I'm not one to use it in my habitual 
video/audio editing process, So i'm not all that familiar.

Perhaps someone can further explain if not correct me if i'm in the wrong 
about option 1.


>From: Philip Clark <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>Subject: [videoblogging] timestretching video clips
>Date: Wed, 30 Nov 2005 13:58:21 -0400
>hi list
>long time no see
>i was wondering--is there a simple way to do timestretching/time 
>compression of video clips with a fairly high degree of control.
>the 'turtle slider' in imovie has very coarse settings for doing such a 
>thing. but let's say i wanted to take a 32-second clip and scrunch it down 
>to exactly 30 seconds without cutting anything out. or maybe stretch it out 
>to 35 seconds. any ideas?
>thanks, philip
>xo philip
> >videoblog
> >remix pr0n vlog
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