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PostPosted: Mon Jun 05, 2017 9:45 pm 

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I've tried looking through the forums here, and throughout the app, and I can't find a freeze video option. Am I missing it somewhere or does it simply not exist.

Here is what I did as a solution: I exported a still image from the video and then dragged it onto the timeline and set the desired time length of that still frame so that its as if the video is frozen.

Is this the way to do a hold frame (freeze video) in LumaFusion?

Thanks for letting me know :)

PostPosted: Mon Jun 05, 2017 10:59 pm 
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Hi PresidentJade

Here's how I would do it (which sounds the same as you did)

I would scroll to the frame I wanted
Use the snapshot button to save the frame I wanted as a still
Split the clip at the point I wanted to insert the still
Insert the still at the split
Expand the length of the still to what I wanted

There are other ways no doubt, but that is how I would do it

Don't forget though if you are using the audio from the original video the audio will stop at the split for the length of the inserted still if you do it that way. So you might want to put the still on a separate track

There's loads of possibilities. The world is your hamster .... or is it oyster? :D :D

.. the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few ... or the one

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