You need a normal time remapping
You need a normal time remapping like davinci resolve and final cut pro x
Damian Jennison commented
Time remapping does not tell you to nest a clip before adding more effects. You do more than one time remap and before you know it you have a number of nested clips, so its a mine field to adjust something from an earlier edit.
The Time Remap tool is a guessing game, there is no accuracy for placing key frames... its so far the most frustrating tool I've used in PP (and there are a few), and I dread knowing I need to remap. in the latest version if you delete a Time Remap keyframe it deletes the whole clip??
It needs to be as simple as the rest of the key frame adding please.
Francis Carioti commented
Need this fixed soon! Time remapping keyframes in PP need to have easier spline settings like other effects. Almost impossible to smoothly ramp a clip to a still (0 fps) and Optical Flow doesn't seem to smooth blending like it once did.
Anton Makarov commented
Work with time remapping in timeline - is uncomfortable. No keyboard inputs, only mouse. Make it in Effect controls window (with editable keyframes) like ALL other effects and controls.
P.S. time remapping in After Effect - very useful and comfortable!
OR make it like After Effects. Currently it is counter intuitive. Nothing acts the way you would expect it. After Effects time remap works exactly as you would expect.
Jim Simon commented
What's abnormal about the current Time Remapping?